I wanted to see how your window garden was doing. What are you growing inside? I'm hoping to put together an article about growing herbs indoors and would love to hear your experience. thanks!
"If you build it, they will flock! We finished the coop and run and a friend had to move, so we now have 3 "guest" hens. One, the golden-laced wyandot, instantly displayed aggression issues so we have to separate her; she's across a…"
In my limited understanding, it's got as much to do with soil quality and micro-climates a it does altitude, maybe more, depending.
We have an area in the backyard that used to be a goat pen-for about 8 years. We had an AMAZING…"
Coloradens discuss in order to learn and develop better gardening and farming skills. We need eachother! Beginners and experts unite in an effort to maintain Colorado's organic lifestyle. Let's chat food...
"This is great, reading what everybody's doing! This could become addictive.
Anybody ever plant cone flowers or roses? Not in the decorative spirit-I want the front yard to be growing my pharmacy. In the spring I'm looking to plants a ton…"
Big garden this year taught me more about harvesting and preserving. Chicken coop and run almost ready. Still trying to master composting a mile up.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Autumn stew with homegrown tomatoes, eggplant, peppers and herbs and store bought onions, garlic and mushrooms. (baby steps, baby steps)...also made Jackapple cake from a recipe on Cold Antler Farm blog.
Currently listening to:
Hometown Tales, episode 268
My latest DIY project:
Chicken run fencing from chain link; now gotta plant chicken wire barriers under and above ground; we've got a wildlife refuge up the block with a pack of coyotes and wandering neighborhood dogs. Will need a pergola, too, on account of red-tailed hawks and great horned owls...
Hi Robbie, welcome to HOMEGROWN. Composting a mile up - ha - had never occurred to me, but it is like high elevation cooking! I hope you're not being impacted by the fires out there! There is a group of Rocky Mtn folk here if you'd like to connect with the locals. Enjoy! http://www.homegrown.org/group/elevatedgardening