Joylynn Hardesty

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since Apr 27, 2015
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Joy discovered Permaculture in 2015. Thanks, Paul! And suddenly the vast expanse of grass began to shrink. Her hubby is appreciative, as mowing is not fun for her guy.
Joy is designing her permaculture paradise from the edges. Fumbling and stumbling all the way. She successfully grows weeds and a few fruits and veggies in the humid Mid-south.
Officially Zone 7b, according to personal obsevations I live in 7a, SW Tennessee
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Check out neseed here. 1 pound Danver's for $19.00. They are in East Hartford, CT.
I can't tell anything from your photo. Can you take some closer pictures for us? We need to be able to see if the leaves are exactly opposite on the stem, or alternate. A close up of the leaf that shows the pattern of the leaf edge and veins are also helpful. Sometimes a picture that shows the cross section of fruit and seed shape.

1 week ago
Which pattern in the you tubes? I have seen a number of configurations.
1 week ago

Mike Haasl wrote:Looks like I need to bake some stuff in a rocket oven for the Food Prep straw level stuff.  Are there cast iron pie pans and baking dishes available?  I'm looking to bake a pie, bake an apple crumble and roast some sunchokes...

Apple crumble comes out really yummy in a 13 inch cast iron skillet.
1 week ago
I have a number of garden beds. I try not to plant the same family two seasons in a row in the same bed. For example, tomato, pepper, and potatoes are all in the nightshade family. I do not plant them immediately after each other.

One exception to this in my garden is beans. This is because they are nitrogen fixers. So I always view them as a benifit.
If you imagine ever using your chemise as a stand-alone garment, be aware that each of these: batiste, voile, and lawn, are varying degrees of see-through. So, maybe not appropriate for a nightgown, or maybe perfect.

Oh, and the Kona cotton feels just awesome!
2 weeks ago
Have you tried to Purple Moossage the OP?
2 weeks ago