Gardener Hand Salve Recipe. My hands have spent the better part of each day these past few weeks sunken deep down into the warming soil. In fact, just today, they’ve planted three hundred red onion starts, dug up a few worms for early morning fishing tomorrow, transplanted forget-me-nots into the potager beds, and pushed a
Wondering what my kids do all day while I’m gardening? Here’s how they live childhood unplugged. Make sure to follow us on YouTube for weekly videos from the cottage.
How To Keep a Tidy Garden: This ain’t survival gardening anymore, baby! Does this mean we’re adults now? Make sure to follow us on YouTube for weekly videos from the cottage.
Wondering what to order from Azure Standard? Here’s what I get! Yes, we still get a lot from the store. That is, until I figure out how to make olive oil in a Zone 7b garden… Make sure to follow us on YouTube for weekly videos from the cottage. ORDER FROM AZURE STANDARD HERE.
Question: How many seeds should I plant each spring? Answer: Error on the side of more, baby! Make sure to follow us on YouTube for weekly videos from the cottage.
Beneath our kitchen lies a hundred-year-old root cellar that you’ve never seen… see how we converted it and made the most of what this ‘ol farm has to offer.
It was day-two of barn renovations yesterday and know I use the term “barn renovation” very loosely. For starters, it’s not exactly a ‘barn’, but since this is a farm, by golly I’m going to make it a barn. When we arrived at Le Chalet Farm three years ago, we were blessed to have this
If you feel as if I’ve been quietly absent from the blogosphere, you’d be correct. I simply cannot fight the urge to play outdoors when the weather is this crisp and frankly, spectacular. It’s been in the high sixties here this past week and the air is crisp – the long shadows undeniably speak of
In reality, this age on the farm should have ended long ago. But like most young families (especially those who farm), we’ve spent the last decade building dreams and raising babies – hardly an environment that breeds organization. Yes, my friends, I’m talking about “stuff” or “piles of you-know-what” (as I often refer to them).