for-science-sake:

Planting a single tree will absorb one tonne of Carbon Dioxide!

revofthought:

Chickweed, Lambsquarters, Burdock, Plantains, Dandelions, & Fresh Mint!
 Cost $0…..courtesy of Mama Earth.

She is generous!

(via humulus)

(via maelkevejen)

  • me:*orders 20 different seed packs of Nasturtium cultivars online*

  • me:WINTER IS COMING

  • humans-of-pdx:

    "This is my first cabbage! You know, a lot of times they’re kind of soft, but this one is sold! It’s going to be good eatin’!" 
    "What are you going to make with it?"
    "Well, this one I’m giving to my parents. You have to give the first one away or you just spoil the whole spirit of gardening."

    (via hobbitology)

    (via compost-punx)

    rhamphotheca:

    So, I tried the thing where you put carrot tops in shallow water, and it’s going pretty well. Look at all the greens that have grown from the top! A couple of them have even started to grow white rootlets off of the bottom. I’m not sure if this will end up in completely new carrot plants, but We’ll see…

    You will grow seeds, not a whole new edible carrot root. It’s a fun regrow though!

    (via thehopefulbotanymajor)

    thebeldam:

    Valériane Leblond

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    erieforage:

    This is cool, I took some pics of last week when I first setup the coop around a new apple tree, and how it looked a week later. There were wood chips from last year under the weeds, and they did not get it all. I still think its cool though. They are like little landscapers.

    Goats can mow the lawn, and pigs can gley the pond: why not have chickens do the weeding?

    #garden hacks

    (via hqcreations)

    Seeking Willow Cuttings

    Hi! I’m looking for some shrub-like willow cuttings, any kind of willow that is low growing (not a tree) and spreads well underground 

    I have tons of seeds to trade, as well as grape hyacinth bulbs and possibly red raspberry cuttings
    Send me a message if you’re interested or know of any good places to buy willow cuttings online for cheap :D 

    Thanks!