Common yellowthroat caught inside this morning. Successful capture/release. I’ve never seen nor heard of this bird before. It’s simply amazing how little we know about who shares this place and time with us!
Despite the kkkkkold, I’m starting my garden. Today. Focus this year is on growing only what I can eat and store. No sense having a large garden if I just give the stuff away. People see me coming towards them with armloads of zucchini and they run. Onions fit right in to this scheme. I use them at almost every meal, and they store for over half a year! Ain’t giving them away!
Organic as can be, I am!
Pots made out of molded cow poop. NO PLASTIC!
Made right here in Connecticut!
Teeny tiny seeds. Much cheaper and more variety than already-grown plants.
Fluffy wholesome seed starting soil. Most of the other plants I’m gonna use are going to be seeded directly into trenches in my garden.
David Benjamin- horticulture degree North Carolina State University graduated 1983, has worked at the nursery since 1976. Somewhat tired of eating grocery store food.