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Seed Starting Begins

This time of year is pretty high up on my list of favourite times of year. Not only after a long winter do I get to go out in the garden and sink my hands in the dirt again, but after what seems to be 

2016 Grow Outs

I’ve been madly at work, pouring over lists and discussing what all of the volunteer growers want to grow out this year. This year there are over 50 varieties of tomato, along with approximately 10-15 varieties of other species (squash, lettuce, peas, beans, peppers, etc.). 

Annual Fundraiser Now On!

Annual fundraiser happens here! I’m always excited this time of year, because it means it’s time for the annual fundraiser! I’ve been typing my fingers off getting the Etsy store up to snuff to list the over 40 varieties from this year! I’m really pleased 

Kicking Off 2016

It’s almost like you can hear crickets around this blog lately – and sometimes it feels like I’m saying that a lot! I do plan on keeping more to a regular schedule this year. Winter is usually a little slower around the ol’ blog – 

Quick End Of Season Round Up

It’s high time I posted an update, but I don’t have everything ready for a big round up yet, so this is pretty short and sweet. I’m feverishly saving seeds at the moment, and almost everything has been saved. Another week or so and everything 

Tomato Tasting: Perestroika

This is another variety I happened upon a Seedy Saturday in Nelson, BC – but I never had an opportunity to grow it until over four years later. What I have discovered is that this particular variety I grow isn’t like the ‘Perestroika’ detailed by