Weekly Garden/Nursery Update September 17th and What can you do with a ton of peppers?

Greetings.  I’m hoping the gardening season continues to treat you well.  Here at the garden/nursery some things are wrapping up, like tomato season.  We have a few tomatoes still on really raggedy and blighted plants, and probably once those ripen that will be it for the year as far as tomatoes go.  Peppers are stillContinue reading “Weekly Garden/Nursery Update September 17th and What can you do with a ton of peppers?”

Nursery/Garden update Week of July 16, 2021

Many things have been growing well and the garden is filled with life. I love doing the planning, work, and research all year to have a garden, but this is the time of year I really love.  Things are growing and getting ready to harvest.  We get to be outside in the sun and enjoyContinue reading “Nursery/Garden update Week of July 16, 2021”

Nursery/Garden Update end of June 2021

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted an update.  We’ve been really busy, and were just out of town for a little while too.   We just got back from vacation (more about vacation later), and a lot is happening in the garden.  It seems everything took off in the garden when we were gone. Continue reading “Nursery/Garden Update end of June 2021”

Weekly Nursery Update – Week of Aug 7 and several weeks before

It’s been awhile since I’ve given a nursery update.  Lots has been going on.  It’s been difficult to find time to write being back to work, being summertime, and begging there are a lot of other things going on right now.  All good things.  On the nursery side, I now have 3 prong LED growContinue reading “Weekly Nursery Update – Week of Aug 7 and several weeks before”

Weekly Nursery Update – June 12, 2020

Not a whole lot has been happening on the business end.  Still working to get some merchandise to sell online.  We did add a page for anyone who might choose to support us in getting our business established through Paypal.  You can click here if you’d like to help with our crowdsourcing efforts. I didContinue reading “Weekly Nursery Update – June 12, 2020”

Capturar un lugar por los sabores

En este mundo de migración cada vez más común, los inmigrantes con frecuencia busca manera de capturar o duplicar los sabores de su país de origen. Hay leyendas acá en Estados Unidos de la abuela Italiana que trajo una rama de su higo preferido al mundo nuevo y ahora cosecha la misma fruta.  Tener unContinue reading “Capturar un lugar por los sabores”

Gardening Organizations and Destinations in the Pittsburgh Region

In Pittsburgh and Southwestern PA, we are fortunate to have many gardening and environmental resources and groups.  I am sure that this list is not exhaustive or complete, but all of these organizations are incredibly awesome and worth knowing about. Some of these selections might be obvious for people from Pittsburgh, but I can’t imagineContinue reading “Gardening Organizations and Destinations in the Pittsburgh Region”