Monthly Archives: July 2014

Chickens – Borner Farm

Chickens – Borner Farm

Chickens play an essential role in farm life. (I so badly want chickens, or ducks, or bees… some other form of life other than …

 

Market day – Borner Farm

Market day – Borner Farm

Market day at the Borner Farm….. Not much to say other than it was splendid.

 

Dew and Flowers – Borner Farm

Dew and Flowers – Borner Farm

There is something about the morning dew on flowers that gets me every time. I can’t help but stare at the beauty.

 

Crops in the field – Borner Farm

Crops in the field – Borner Farm

From potatoes to broccoli it’s all here. Enjoy!

 

Borner Farm – A Weeklong Celebration

Borner Farm – A Weeklong Celebration

This week all of my posts are about the Borner Farm Project. I hope you enjoy them. This is a community farm that brings many …

 

Beautiful Pests

Beautiful Pests

Trumpet vine has gorgeous flowers, and yet it sticks underneath my siding, climbs voraciously, has root suckers, and in general is what I would consider …

 

Elm Lace and Ash Curls

Elm Lace and Ash Curls

Sad for both that there are pests, and yet it’s nature’s way of dealing with things that are not necessarily in the best interest of …

 

Daylilly

Daylilly

I can’t seem to get the beauty of these ephemeral flowers out of my head. I love their striking colors, ripply patterns and overall …

 

Washout!

Washout!

I got home this is what my street looked like. Yes I live on a gravel road. But the street washes out every …

 

My mini Jungle

My mini Jungle

This is what happens when you leave for eight months. Those yarrow seeds that you bought actually reseeded themselves everywhere. The lettuce went …