Fresh Produce Garden Hack of the Month: Washing Fresh Produce

October 13, 2017

If you have a vegetable garden, you can probably imagine how much water you use to not only water your plants, but then wash all your fresh produce. But, this month’s Garden Hack might just change the way you do both. You only need 3 things for this: a large colander or laundry basket with… Read more >

Fiddlhead Ferns Photo Courtesy of The Spruce You Can Eat That?! Uncommon Edible Plants

October 11, 2017

There are many plants that you probably pass by every day that you could actually eat. And, the majority of them are weeds. So, if you find these weeds in your yard and they just make you so mad, just eat them instead! They can add unique flavors to dishes and even add in some… Read more >

Summer on the Farm

September 22, 2017

A season of growth. Just as Spring brings new beginnings, late summer is time to reap the harvest of our hard work. The last time I updated you on our recent move to our 5-acre mini farm in Snohomish was in June.  Where does the time go? And where did the rain go? This summer… Read more >

Fall Garden Cleanup

September 20, 2017

When the weather starts to change and the leaves start to fall, many of us want to get out into our gardens to tidy things up before the rain and snow come back in full force. But, even though this list may look daunting, it actually can be done quite quickly without much pruning or… Read more >

Brass Buttons (Leptinella squalida) Best Lawn Alternatives

September 6, 2017

Whether you want to reduce the amount of lawn you currently have or you just don’t like lawn altogether, there are plenty of lawn alternatives available to use that can also help you save on watering and cut down on maintenance. Groundcovers: Quick spreading groundcovers are a great option if you’re looking for really low… Read more >