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Music: “Heat” by Derek Clegg Seeds talked about in this episode: Sunflower ‘Zohar’ Sweet Pea ‘Perennial Blend’ Celosia ‘ Chief Red Flame’ Ageratum ‘Blue Planet’ Plains Coreopsis Poppy ‘Black Swan’ Mustard ‘Red Giant’ Carrot ‘Atomic Red’ Showy Milkweed Common Milkweed Kale ‘Nero Toscana’ Corn ‘Rio Grande Blue’ Native Seeds Carolina Rockrose Halberd-leaf rosemallow Ludwigia alternifolia […]
View this post on Instagram Blackberry season is ramping up! . A new podcast episode is out tonight! It’s on the podcast website and Spotify…should be on iTunes soon! Have a listen over the long (US) holiday weekend! . #gardening #blackberries #ediblegarden #houstongarden #gardenpodcast #organicgardening A post shared by Misti Little (@thegardenpathpodcast) on May 22, […]
View this post on Instagram Last week, I mentioned that our two-year search for a house to call our own in Central Oregon finally — finally! — has a happy ending (though the adventure is really just beginning). We closed on our dream property this month! It completely caught us by surprise, and we scrambled […]
View this post on Instagram Textures. I love the textures of a well-planted veggie patch and how the leaf structures and colors create pockets of edible artwork that become as beloved and necessary as visual nourishment as they are actual nutrition. I tend to plant in blocks, usually in a minimum of a 4’x4’ square; […]