Gardening season is upon us and we are here to guide you! Many of you may know that I've been working on a gardening book, "Everything You Need to Know to Start Your Garden." It's done! It will be released on Tuesday May 14th and available for purchase here on our website and on Amazon
To kick off it's launch I thought I would do book giveaway! Yeah! To be entered into the giveaway is all you have to do is leave a comment below telling me what excites you most about gardening. Simple! That's how we like it and that theme carries through to my book. A simple guide that won't confuse you or give you a bunch of unnecessary tasks. Yuck! My book outlines everything you need to do so you can have a garden THIS YEAR! Yes please!
There are numerous book on the market about grading-so many that it can be overwhelming for someone who is just starting out. Where are you to begin?
It has everything that you need and nothing that you don't!
Instead of wading through all those other gardening books, Pick up mine, Finish it in an afternoon or weekend, Then keep it with you as a handy guide while you go about implementing all the steps to create your garden.
You see, there isn't necessarily anything wrong with those other gardening books, But while you are trying to get a handle on all those methods and practices, you are missing out on growing fresh produce now. My book will lead you through starting, and managing, an abundant garden. Then, while you are reaping all those benefits you can do further research to refine your practices to your particular needs and growing environment.
The best to all of you! Looking forward to reading your comments!
Yippy! The gardens are recovering and have started to really produce after all the hail! Yes, it put us behind but we are grateful for what has recovered and so are our CSA members!
More to Come!
We are also looking forward to the celery. It is so tender and crisp. It looks a bit funny all bundled up for blanching. I'll be posting on that process soon.
Thanks be to God!
The grass heads were a big hit. The kids look at them everyday to see how much their "hair" has grown. That seems to be as much fun as painting the pot. Now that their hair has grown quite a bit they just want to trim it.
A few examples of the stick people and the painted rocks. We had a lot of fun doing these. Every stick is different. One bump here, a hole there, and you got a mouth or nose, chin or eyebrows. They all have their own little expressions. I'm not a photographer and I can't capture their expressions to well but I hope that you can see them. The one with a green top has eyebrows and her mouth is cocked to one side all funny. So cute. This is going to be a fun class.
The rocks we have done before. They are fun as well. I need to have my own rock because it is so neat to watch the colors mix and run into each other and down the rocks. The wax interacts with each other in little different way than paints do. It is hard to describe actually, but I'm sure you will understand what I mean when you try it.
You can find all the information on our art classes on our events page. We hope to see you there!
Hello, I'm Jaci. I love gardening and being outside in God's amazing creation. I'm passionate about whole foods and clean eating. I look forward to sharing my farming adventures and helping you reach your gardening goals!