Saturday, July 28, 2012

Please join us: Homegrown NM Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour Sunday, July 29th, 2012!

We are so very excited to share with you the fruits of the dreaming and labor put in to our little garden on Don Gaspar along the San Antonio Arroyo. There are many photos that do not follow here but will be posted after the tour. We will be presenting the Garden, the chickens and their deluxe penthouse, a nursery with thousands of plants, a turkey run along the arroyo, a yurt-temple, an amazing outdoor kitchen, seed bank and work shop, water catchment ideas, composting, and caliche-soil preparation. There will be demonstrations and displays and items for sale by Master Horticulturist Juaquin Lawrence and Herbal Shamanista Bella Cloude, Art and design pieces by Travis Stroope and Don Kennell. Also Books by local authors, Nate Downey, 'Harvest the Rain', and Zoe Wilcox and Melanie Rubin, 'The Home Farming Revolution'. You can get tickets at any garden on the tour tomorrow which will give you access to all the gardens in a self-paced fashion. Please go to this link to learn more about Homegrown New Mexico and the 2nd Annual Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour!
http://homegrownnewmexico.org/

The following are some pics of the fun along the way ~

BTW, we'll be offering Saturday Open Garden Salons and Work Parties on some Saturdays this fall and we'll be hosting an Equinox Party at the Ranch on Saturday, September 22nd. We'll keep you posted!

It is the summer's great last heat,
It is the fall's first chill: They meet.
–Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt  


 'Winter' on Shrine Hill ~
 Travis, resident at DLR. Builder, artist and DLR design master, roofing Shedville ~
 Giselle and the fairies ~
 Tess and Master Horticulturist and DLR co founder Juaquin, starting thousands of seeds ~
 Michelle planting tomatoes ~
 Soaking strat flats ~
 .... like so ~
 Amelie, Bull snake whisperer ~
 Nicholas and Juaquin ~
 Laurie, tomato whisperer ~
 Bella, Herbal Sage, harvesting ~

video 
 Juaquin, Tess, chickens, sing ~
 Seed start formula, 1pt sifted compost, 1pt peat moss, 1pt sifted arroyo sand. In this case the compost is a little 'hot' so we used 2pt peat moss and arroyo sand w 1pt compost ~
 Kirsten joyfully loading start flats ~
 Tess really getting in to the seed magic with Gandalf (Juaquin) ~
1000 holes in this sprayer head delivers the softest and most abundant 'rain' ~

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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Please join us: Homegrown NM Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour Sunday, July 29th, 2012!

We are so very excited to share with you the fruits of the dreaming and labor put in to our little garden on Don Gaspar along the San Antonio Arroyo. There are many photos that do not follow here but will be posted after the tour. We will be presenting the Garden, the chickens and their deluxe penthouse, a nursery with thousands of plants, a turkey run along the arroyo, a yurt-temple, an amazing outdoor kitchen, seed bank and work shop, water catchment ideas, composting, and caliche-soil preparation. There will be demonstrations and displays and items for sale by Master Horticulturist Juaquin Lawrence and Herbal Shamanista Bella Cloude, Art and design pieces by Travis Stroope and Don Kennell. Also Books by local authors, Nate Downey, 'Harvest the Rain', and Zoe Wilcox and Melanie Rubin, 'The Home Farming Revolution'. You can get tickets at any garden on the tour tomorrow which will give you access to all the gardens in a self-paced fashion. Please go to this link to learn more about Homegrown New Mexico and the 2nd Annual Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour!
http://homegrownnewmexico.org/

The following are some pics of the fun along the way ~

BTW, we'll be offering Saturday Open Garden Salons and Work Parties on some Saturdays this fall and we'll be hosting an Equinox Party at the Ranch on Saturday, September 22nd. We'll keep you posted!

It is the summer's great last heat,
It is the fall's first chill: They meet.
–Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt  


 'Winter' on Shrine Hill ~
 Travis, resident at DLR. Builder, artist and DLR design master, roofing Shedville ~
 Giselle and the fairies ~
 Tess and Master Horticulturist and DLR co founder Juaquin, starting thousands of seeds ~
 Michelle planting tomatoes ~
 Soaking strat flats ~
 .... like so ~
 Amelie, Bull snake whisperer ~
 Nicholas and Juaquin ~
 Laurie, tomato whisperer ~
 Bella, Herbal Sage, harvesting ~

video 
 Juaquin, Tess, chickens, sing ~
 Seed start formula, 1pt sifted compost, 1pt peat moss, 1pt sifted arroyo sand. In this case the compost is a little 'hot' so we used 2pt peat moss and arroyo sand w 1pt compost ~
 Kirsten joyfully loading start flats ~
 Tess really getting in to the seed magic with Gandalf (Juaquin) ~
1000 holes in this sprayer head delivers the softest and most abundant 'rain' ~

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Saturday, July 28, 2012

Please join us: Homegrown NM Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour Sunday, July 29th, 2012!

We are so very excited to share with you the fruits of the dreaming and labor put in to our little garden on Don Gaspar along the San Antonio Arroyo. There are many photos that do not follow here but will be posted after the tour. We will be presenting the Garden, the chickens and their deluxe penthouse, a nursery with thousands of plants, a turkey run along the arroyo, a yurt-temple, an amazing outdoor kitchen, seed bank and work shop, water catchment ideas, composting, and caliche-soil preparation. There will be demonstrations and displays and items for sale by Master Horticulturist Juaquin Lawrence and Herbal Shamanista Bella Cloude, Art and design pieces by Travis Stroope and Don Kennell. Also Books by local authors, Nate Downey, 'Harvest the Rain', and Zoe Wilcox and Melanie Rubin, 'The Home Farming Revolution'. You can get tickets at any garden on the tour tomorrow which will give you access to all the gardens in a self-paced fashion. Please go to this link to learn more about Homegrown New Mexico and the 2nd Annual Kitchen Garden and Coop Tour!
http://homegrownnewmexico.org/

The following are some pics of the fun along the way ~

BTW, we'll be offering Saturday Open Garden Salons and Work Parties on some Saturdays this fall and we'll be hosting an Equinox Party at the Ranch on Saturday, September 22nd. We'll keep you posted!

It is the summer's great last heat,
It is the fall's first chill: They meet.
–Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt  


 'Winter' on Shrine Hill ~
 Travis, resident at DLR. Builder, artist and DLR design master, roofing Shedville ~
 Giselle and the fairies ~
 Tess and Master Horticulturist and DLR co founder Juaquin, starting thousands of seeds ~
 Michelle planting tomatoes ~
 Soaking strat flats ~
 .... like so ~
 Amelie, Bull snake whisperer ~
 Nicholas and Juaquin ~
 Laurie, tomato whisperer ~
 Bella, Herbal Sage, harvesting ~

video 
 Juaquin, Tess, chickens, sing ~
 Seed start formula, 1pt sifted compost, 1pt peat moss, 1pt sifted arroyo sand. In this case the compost is a little 'hot' so we used 2pt peat moss and arroyo sand w 1pt compost ~
 Kirsten joyfully loading start flats ~
 Tess really getting in to the seed magic with Gandalf (Juaquin) ~
1000 holes in this sprayer head delivers the softest and most abundant 'rain' ~

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