Tag Archives: Horticulture
Other Peoples Trash
I made friends with a guy from down under, a fellow permie and an aficionado of all things nitrogen-fixer. We’ve made a couple trades and this go round I ended up with some varieties that are going to be questionable at best for the climate here on the farm. Continue reading
The Rooter Pot Experiment Pt. 01
I saw these Rooter Pots a while back and thought I might like to give them a shot. I made the purchase and then researched them. I didn’t find much on them so I hope that’s not a terrible thing. They are basically a special built tool for air layering. I have tried with a plastic bottle and I have tried with plastic Continue reading
Battle Of The Invasives
I hear so much stuff about invasive plants. “Oh you don’t want to plant that it’s invasive!” or “You better get a jug of RoundUp! That stuff will take over.” About a year or so ago I found a plant growing in the woods across the road and inquired on social media as to what it was. It turns out the only right answer that I got was from a Kansas University Plant ID Twitter account. That person told me it was the “Dreaded Autumn Olive” Continue reading
Things Goin On.
Ma and I have been hard at work around the farm getting things ready for the upcoming growing season. I found an ad from a friend on facebook that had these lick tubs for sale for $5 each. They will serve as a good part of our water catchment until we get something a little more permanent and then we can use them for tree planters and who knows what else. Maybe a water feature in the food forest. Hey, that’s an idea!
It’s Been A While…
It’s been a while and for that I apologize. When I started this blog I said I wasn’t going to let anything get in the way of it. Well, life reared it’s ugly head and got in the way but I’ll do a short post here to show that we haven’t been laying back. We have lots of big things in the works here on the OKA and the weather is fine for working this time of year so stay close there are gonna be more regular posts now.
Help Me ID This Tree/Shrub?
If you could, help me id this tree that we spotted in the woods in NE Okla. this evening while out hunting morels and digging wild strawberries. It was in full bloom, the bees and pollinators of all sorts were all over it.