Dinner from the backyard garden
A healthy dinner with some harvest from the backyard edible garden - tomatoes, figs, peaches, grapes, rosemary and basil.
Harvesting different varieties of lettuce for lunch #gardening #salad #harvest
Growing food in our California backyard garden 🌱 #gardening #harvest
From a small urban backyard garden 🌱🍅🍇🍋🍆 #gardening #harvest #growingfood
Growing food in a small garden
We are growing many varieties of vegetables and fruit-bearing trees in our backyard garden and here are some of them.
Harvesting vegetables in the garden
The season of sun-loving vegetables like tomatoes, eggplant, beans and peppers is over. Now is the time for the leafy vegetables to take the stage.
Gorgeous winter vegetables in the garden
The beauty of gardening is the ability to grow vegetables that are not typically available at the grocery stores like peppermint chard, purple kohlrabi, chioggia beets and many others.
Growing berries in the garden
Strawberries and blueberries are very easy to grow in our growing zone and some varieties produce fruits year round.
Harvest Festival in Oceanside, CA
Many fun events take place in Oceanside, California, near the beautiful Pacific Ocean. A Harvest Festival is planned for Saturday, November 18, 2023, from 12:00 PM until 4:00 PM.
Harvest Days in Old Talbot is this weekend in Junction City
It may be the last year for this well-loved festival. This weekend, Mike Buckner is hosting what I've heard will be his last Harvest Days festival at Patsiliga Plantation. It's located at 780 Fielder Mills, Junction City, GA 31812.
"Fall Fun at Home: 10 Ideas!"
Here are some fun fall activities you can do at home with your family:. Carve Jack-o-lanterns: This is a classic fall activity that the whole family can enjoy1. Decorate Your Home: Add cozy decor to your home with faux-fur pillow covers, cable-knit throws, and plush rugs1.
Safe Farm Roads: A Driver's Guide
As we drive along quiet country roads this fall, we'll undoubtedly encounter farm fields and hardworking farmers. These dedicated individuals play a pivotal role in keeping our nation fed and nourished. However, as we share the road with farmers and their formidable farm machinery, it's crucial to prioritize safety not only for ourselves as motorists but also for the farmers, their families, and their helpers. By understanding the challenges they face and adhering to a few safety tips, we can ensure a harmonious and protected coexistence.
Broccolini and snow peas from the backyard garden
Broccolini, broccoli along with other leafy greens, root vegetables and peas thrive well in our growing zone during colder season.
Garden harvest in mid-October
Today's backyard garden harvest - different varieties of pears, peppers and eggplants.
Bristol's B'nai Sholom Embraces Ancient Jewish Tradition, Welcoming Sukkot with Open Arms
BRISTOL, Tenn. - Amidst the cascading beauty of the Smoky Mountains during autumn, there’s a lesser-known celebration that beautifully contrasts ancient Jewish tradition with the rustic charm of the Appalachians. In the Tri-Cities region of Northeast Tennessee, Sukkot, the Jewish Festival of Booths, takes root and flourishes.
Bay leaves from laurel plant organically grown in our backyard
Bay leaves which are known for their culinary uses are very easy to grow. The one we have in our backyard garden which is taller than the house now, started from a twig.
Apple Picking Handbook: Crafting a Memorable Day at the Orchard
The rustle of leaves, a gentle autumn breeze, and the sun kissing your cheeks - a day at the apple orchard is an enchanting affair. Apple picking is a beloved tradition, marking the onset of fall and embracing the joys of the harvest season. Beyond being a simple fruit-gathering outing, it's an experience woven with nature's beauty, family bonding, and the delight of handpicking nature's candy.