Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fallen Soldiers

The dexterity required to properly plant seeds often results in lots of baby plants clustered together.  Sometimes, we have to go back and thin some of them out to ensure that there is enough room for a plant to fully … Continue reading

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Engine Problems

At any given moment, one of the vehicles at the UGArden always seems to be leaking fluids or having some sort of trouble.  Last week, the Polaris died on me when I was down by the lower barn.  JoHannah came … Continue reading

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A Break from the Usual…

Monday offered a break from the usual when Berle ran out gas on his scooter and required an emergency fill-up. Way out on Timothy Road, it’s a good thing he got the scooter pulled out of traffic into safety. Here … Continue reading

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Pink Eye Purple Hull Peas!

Without doubt, these are my favorite of all peas. They’re fun to shell, even though I learned that some of my fellow UGArdeners don’t like them. Shelling them evokes memories of my childhood as my mom and sister would shell … Continue reading

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Warning: spider photo in this post

I’m starting this post off with something nice, because I don’t want to freak people out with the really cool picture of a spider I’ve got below in case someone’s scared of ’em. So! This is our turmeric and ginger! … Continue reading

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Weeding and cleaning

This past week we weeded and cleaned out this little area underneath the solar panels. It was really messy before, and extremely weedy for a gravel patch. But it’s all cleaned up now, and the plants look healthy again! 🙂 … Continue reading

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Hello sunshine, goodbye swamp!

THE SUN IS BACK!! For the past couple of weeks, UGArden has been less of a farm and more of a… mudpit. Which has been a little bit frustrating. I missed the sun. On the bright side, it’s been easier … Continue reading

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