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Harvest Monday May 21, 2012 and a peek at future harvests

My harvest for the week exceeded 10 lbs, plus 11 eggs. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday May 14, 2012

The harvest from my yard this week was 2 lbs of produce, mostly fruit, and 11 eggs from our hens. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday and Kitchen Cupboard Thursday, April 23, 2012

Here are some photos of my spring garden right after a dense morning fog coated everything with beautiful dew. Continue reading

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Spring flowers and summing up the harvest so far this year

My yard is in full bloom with flowers and fruit trees. Visit my blog to see photos. I’ve added up my food production so far this year, and my little urban farmlet has produced 144 eggs, 43 lbs of fruit and 33 lbs of vegetables to date in 2012. Continue reading

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Record heat in LA, global weirding!

Record heat and crazy weather affects what blooms and grows in my yard. Climate change is affecting crops around the world, and not in a good way. Continue reading

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My pond and veggie garden in southern California, January 2010

Status of our southern California yard, pond and vegetable gardens in January, with photos. Continue reading

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Fruit and veggies in a southern California garden in December

A variety of cool season vegetable crops and citrus grow in my small coastal southern California garden and mini-orchard. Continue reading

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The Garden of Perpetual Responsibility

Time to get off my soapbox and back to the garden. We have a small (6 ft x 15 ft) garden area at the side of the driveway that is enclosed by a brick and slump stone wall. The driveway … Continue reading

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