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Planting annual vines

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Sharing tips on growing flowers
My pea seeds sharing
Is sowing seeds in winter good for growing flowers?
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Sharing tips on growing flowers

Onions and leeks are two beneficial crops from the start for a long time. The seeds are started under the lights in January, as they like bright light, and the house is moved to a cool greenhouse until the end of the Persephone season in mid-February. For bulb onions, if you start milking in the…

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My pea seeds sharing

I planted the peas in the spring and they grew profusely, the first purple flowers appearing, followed by red pods and green peas. I ate the first few handfuls of seeds from the garden raw. I guess you could say it was an acquired taste – rustic and fresh, but without the bacon grease we…

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Enjoy the peach harvest

My first wish for my farm was to plant an orchard. It didn’t have to be huge. I just wanted a place where we could go out and pick some fresh fruit that would ripen in the summer sun. Fruit trees take a long time to grow and bear fruit, so when we first moved…

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Planting annual vines

For the past two years I have been experimenting with growing a variety of annual vines in containers, trying about 8-10 different varieties of the most common annual vines each year. As you may have discovered for yourself, annual vines like petunias, while beautiful and easy to germinate, can and do grow so fast and…

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Planting Cypress Vine

I really enjoy growing all kinds of plants inside bonsai, it makes me happy at every moment. Today I am sharing a cypress vine. Cypress Vine, Ipomoea quamoclit looks stunning in my pots, even when just starting to grow as a seedling. By September it’ll be full grown with canes about 5 feet long, but…

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Have you ever seen northern artichokes?

Artichoke farming is actually not easy, at least in the North, and very few people are able to grow artichokes as well as they do, but things are changing as new methods and varieties become available. It will take some time for this to catch on, but as more and more local growers discover the…

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Passion flower ‘fragrance’

The weather has not been very good lately. Since the 25th of June, my farm has received only 0.5 inches of rain. The heat has made the dryness of summer even worse. I’ve lost track of how many days it’s been above 100°F; the worst we’ve had at home is 115°F. It’s frustrating to watch…

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Red spider lily

It’s finally autumn and after a hot summer I’m certainly celebrating this year. It’s amazing how different the garden looks. A few rainfalls, cooler nighttime temperatures and shorter days have had a big impact on plant growth and my sanity. It’s a miracle the plants survived after such a harsh summer. Native plants are fortunate…

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The beauty of fragrant violets

Scented violets, do you like them?Not only is there a great deal of confusion on my part about what a scented violet is and what it is not, but the same is true of botanists as well. Fortunately, with the recent sequencing of DNA, this issue seems to have been resolved. Of course, there are…

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Tour farm sharing

I am also designing my own farm in this very space, and considered how he could plant the right plants, in the right places, with such precision? I’ll be talking about how the tiniest details of perception will determine which plants will go there. Of course, this skill takes time and practice, as well as…

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