Big yeilds! Forever growing!


Hey I gots some new for y’all! Would you look at that pumpkin. Each day it grows more and more, I keep going out and checking on it. Loving it, and hugging it. Oneday that pumpkins going to be shown off, pride and joy. Displayed on the stoop for all to see. That wittle pumpkin started from seed in my closet way back in may.

Would you enjoy wave petunias slightly blowing as your read your book and sip your coffee? Or tea I know some of you probably like that🌾🐿🎃

Grab a green tomatoe an flour it up and fry in some peanut oil:? Oh the savory fried flesh of a green tomatoe with breaded crust.

Pick some tomatoes:? 

Heirloom to be exact.

Sweet red peppers sautéed and tossed in some velveeta cheese, maybe a splash of salsa?:

Go on now get your garden Growing! Enjoy with some company – Give away your extras. Teach your friends and family. Watching things grow from seed to produce is the most rewarding. Then from produce to dinner with a touch of house grown what ever! 

Please enjoy 

Keep smiling 



Garden update 7/12/16: production is booming 


Walked into the garden this evening, it’s been a while since I’ve paid much attention to it. My hose timer watering them every morning keeps my work load low! Holy heirloom tomatoes!! I’m yielding baby! 

Go ahead an try to compare home grown to store bought. 

Pictured about is one clustered bed garden, I ran out of cinder blocks but planning to get another pallet next spring. It’s going to get immensely better, other worldly.

More borage flowers than I’ve ever seen, so many bees! Plant some if you never have.

Raspberries producing steady, might be peaking soon.



Heirloom Tomatoe

Raspberries by the cup full each day! Plants growing enormous, going to split them and split them they grow so well here! I want blackberries though, there’s always tomorrow.

Letttus sprouting!

My heirloom pumpkins! I also am battling the rabbits I hope to win, may begin trapping them and relocating them elsewhere. They aren’t that bad though with the dogs around.

Please enjoy


I love you.


Raspberries, tomatoes, borage, and lilies 


Howdy! How are y’all! Long time no talk. Check out what I’ve been doing! Picking the freshest berries, watching my tomatoes grow, keeping honeybees interested with my borage flowers! 



Stay tuned year by year were getting bigger badder and better! 


Let the blooms come 


Raspberries are tearing it up for the second year! Can’t believe it I’ve started breaking them apart and spreading I want MORE. haha you’ll find me making a dinner out of them come harvest time. 

Borage pictured below is about to bloom I remember it being taller in the past gardens I’ve had. We will see:) beautiful blue bee loving flowers.

Holy tomato blossoms! 

Cilantro just killing the game, would you look at that thing grow! I love cilantro on fresh tacos! Too delicious!

How’s your garden??

Enjoy this weekend 


Raspberries flowering, tomatoes flowering, sunflowers growing, everything’s beginning!


Holy moly I noticed my tomatoes flowering already!!! And then I look at my raspberries and they’re flowering too! I’m so excited y’all as it keeps growing this place will yield and yeilds and yeild.

Don’t let the grocery store have you.

Got these ferns from a good friends mom she was so sweet to lend me them. Can’t wait until next year when they come back so full. Ferns are rarely seen in the city. They’d prolly call them blight. Good all ordinances coming to the rescue!

Look at them raspberrys^^Anyways there’s my pictures for y’all! Please comment message and share!!! Love y’all


Planting annuals adding that nice touch to your garden. 


Poked my head around the greenhouse yesterday! Couldn’t help myself when I saw the marigolds, my mom likes the wave petunias. So loaded up the car and off I went.

Changed the tree trunk urn to the wave petunias!

Them Marigolds are susposed to keep bad bugs away from eating your plants I’m not sure what all they deter, but eh good for the cause.

My lil coffee books beginning to appear 

Planting annuals in Michigan a little late but just on the safe side. I know some people have had them out 4 weeks now, but It’ll last all summer!
 keep it free yall


Video: Red Wiggler Worms working in a Compost Pile

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Hey ever since I started “Lenny’s Worm Farm” ive always been interested in the ways worms play a vital role in gardening. When I started this compost pile a year ago I knew it needed red wigglers, a breed of worm known for its ability to eat and munch on all the good scraps and produce worm castings. I bought 200 and released them hoping for a good turnout. and now I can say I think its happening there are tons of worms in my pile. Oh they just love me ❤

please enjoy this brief video: