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Horseradish leaves in my garden in the Fall The first thing we harvest from our garden in the Spring is horseradish for our traditional Passover plate. We dig up the root ,wash and peel it and then don snorkeling gear to grate it. … Continue reading
This morning Dan Goodbaum www.foodbomb.org came to my garden to interview me for a video he is making about my garden and my gardening philosophy . The bees were at work.
It’s not often , I get to spend time fully in the color spectrum, in a world of white. It was Michelle’s birthday and we got to boat across the white capped lake to her and her husband David’s island paradise. The … Continue reading