Showing posts with label November. Show all posts
Showing posts with label November. Show all posts

Friday, November 1, 2019

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2019

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter for November 2019 is now available.  In this issue we show you that there is more to Edibles than eating as one author combines ornamentals and edibles to create a garden in a vase for all occasions.  Our Bee Line series continues with a visit to a beehive to reap the rewards of owning a share in a beehive.  Our unusual edibles series continues by providing information on lovage, a perennial herb that is beautiful and delicious.   Finally, a small tribute to the fruit, berry and seed producing shrubs that help our feathered friends survive the winter. 
One day in November, I found two apples in a Robin's nest in one of my apple trees.  Not sure if the Robin was saving them for a bed time snack or the Squirrel found it a handy spot to store a couple of apples for later.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2018

Lanark County Master Gardener
The Edible Garden Newsletter November 2018 is now available.  In our October Edible Garden Newsletter, we discussed the benefits of using a Grow Tent in your home to grow plants.  This month, we describe how to install the Grow Tent.  We also describe a Prairie Farmers family's War on Weeds and how weeds can become a benefit to the home garden.  Our series on unusual vegetables continues with a discussion on two perennial onions, the Walking Onion (shown above) and the Potato Onion.

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2017

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter November 2017 contains an Ode to the Chokecherry in an article about Progress and Regress on the Prairies and how much of the native fruit species and fruiting hedges have been plowed under to make way for mega farms.  We learn how the factors that affect taste of vegetables and fruits are many and intertwined.  Finally see how an Allotment Garden can ease the transition from life on a large rural country garden to a high rise condo.  All of this in the November Edible Garden newsletter.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2016

Lanark County Master Gardeners
The Edible Garden Newsletter 2016 demonstrates ways gardeners can do what they love all year round.  We also start a new series demonstrating different methods of preserving herbs, this month focusing on freezing them.  Finally, for the frugal gardener, how long will your surplus seeds last and how to test if they are still viable.

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2015

Lanark County Master Gardeners - Edible Garden Newsletter November 2015
Do you want to grow your own edibles but you do not have enough full sun?  This issue of the Edible Garden Newsletter features "Shad-ibles" or Edibles that grow in less than full sun.  Many gardeners compost all summer long but give it up when winter rolls around.  Find out how you can keep producing your black gold all year long.  Read more

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Edible Garden Newsletter November 2014

Permaculture is the philosophy where the gardener works with nature, not against.  We care for the earth and we care for people and return the surplus back into the system.  This issue features articles about how one gardener brought this philosophy into a practical implementation.  Learn what a Hugel is and how to create and use one.  Book reviews, recipe and more.  Read more.

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