Monthly Archives: March 2013
So I opened up the yellow hive (which was a new hive last year, created from a split off of my first hive, and which has been BUSTLING ever since it was created) last weekend…. Ho. Ly. Crap. This more … Continue reading
Most of the flowers that were blooming in the greenhouse a couple of weeks ago are still in bloom, but there are a few new things blooming. Dendrobium Andree Millar (atroviolaceum x convolutum)
Happy Spring! Things are really gearing up here: the wild plums are already pretty much done blooming, the apples have started to bloom, early-spring crops are growing fast, and the weather is fabulous. Here are a few pictures from the … Continue reading
Yesterday was St. Patrick’s Day, and I decided to celebrate in true style by planting this year’s first crop of potatoes. Why, you might ask, would I plant potatoes when I can get them incredibly cheap at the store? Well, … Continue reading
I’ve been noticing for awhile now that one of my bee hives, the original one I got two springs ago, has been seeming rather weak. There has been activity at the hive entrance, bees coming and going and bringing in … Continue reading
There is a TON of stuff blooming in the greenhouse right now!
A lovely cyclamen popping its head up