I am writing to share this extraordinary knowledge for growing plants and healing humans that is part of this podcast. Listen and enjoy. I am researching and incorporating this year on all our land and gardens. We will record and share the results and put together a workshop about this amazing process. https://embed.podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/matt-roeske-on-electroculture-pyramid-power-and-2-000/id1608016106?i=1000584381980&theme=light You canContinue reading “Electroculture”
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Thinking of the garden? Want to get some great tips for gardening? Come down to this workshop if you are local. Limit of 90 participants. Hope to see you there!! Sangudo & District Horticultural Club Presents: Our Annual Gardener Workshop Spend the day with fellow gardeners ~ As the club is Celebrating 40 years! Saturday,Continue reading “Upcoming Workshop”
Happy Christmas to all! I hope your holidays are filled with the joy of family and love and abundance and health. All the best in 2023! Soon we will have the new catalogue out and I thank everyone for their patience and continued support. I hope your garden yielded you an abundance of wholesome andContinue reading “Merry Christmas”
Seed Saving Workshop
I am offering the seed saving workshop for the 2022 on Friday November 11, from 11:15 to 4:30. Cost is free and we are going to cover many aspects of seed saving with lots of hands on and time for questions. Email your willingness to help and bring a potluck item. Oh and everyone bringContinue reading “Seed Saving Workshop”
Seed sale on Now!!
Now until November 25, all seeds on sale from the 2022 Catalogue( what we have left)! Buy one, get one free. Download the catalogue and send email order requests to email@example.com Be sure to spell it right! We will respond and let you know if something is sold out. All orders will also receive aContinue reading “Seed sale on Now!!”
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Changes to event dates
Hello everyone So given we are back to this, I will have to postpone the strawberry planting and learning opportunity scheduled for this Saturday April 30. We will have to try in a week or so. Contact me if you have registered and can make it the following Saturday. There was a mix up onContinue reading “Changes to event dates”
Food shortages? Not when you grow your own!
There is some talk going around the internet of upcoming food shortages forecast either to scare people or force them into accepting government handouts. But whatever the reason, it does not concern me and whenever possible I post when I have extras if either plants or food, veggies, strawberries etc. Join the contact list ifContinue reading “Food shortages? Not when you grow your own!”
Heirloom seeds? What’s the difference?
I often get asked what heirloom seeds are and how do they differ from other seeds offered. So I will attempt to answer that to the best of my ability. Heirloom seeds are generally considered an open pollinated seed variety from history. To qualify, the general rule of thumb is that the variety has beenContinue reading “Heirloom seeds? What’s the difference?”