Flora Eerschay wrote:Beautiful farm stand, and you have a spacious garden! Do you also have animals? I'd love to visit someday, it's actually not that far.
My garden is too small to really focus on selling crops, but if I wanted, it would be mulberry. It's really low maintenance, grows like crazy, and to collect the fruit you just need to spread a cloth or something on the ground around it, and they will drop.
But I usually just eat them from the tree. Maybe I will dry the leafs for sale, they're super tasty and healthy as tea.
The Garden Parsnip nourisheth much and is good and wholesome, but a little windy, but it fatteneth the body if much used. It is good for the stomach and reins and provoketh urine.
The Parsneps nourish more than do the Turneps or the Carrots, and the nourishment is somewhat thicker, but not faultie nor bad.... There is a good and pleasant foode or bread made of the rootes of Parsneps,...
bruce Fine wrote:just wondering when I read about your cabbage worms, loopers? is Dipel listed as an organic method to take care of worms such as these in Denmark?
Nancy Reading wrote:Wow! fantastic yield Skandi, what do you think made the difference this year? Was it something you did, or a difference in the plants or the weather?
John C Daley wrote:
If you are not a Dane, where was home earlier? Just out of interest.