Jessica Selser

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My landscape coworkers/boss gave me a pair of Felcos over 20 years ago and I use them all the time! I have a japanese style sickle I must admit I have barely used since I got the Hori Hori last year, though I used it a bunch before that. I totally hear the idea of "use the right tool for the job" but I am always open to trying new tools that work on a bunch of jobs.
I would be very interested in a metal watering can with a removable rose, a handle on top and on the side AND a hole in the top that is easy to pour water into from a bucket. I haul water from my stream in buckets to my beds during drought and often spill precious drops while transferring to the watering can.
1 month ago

Crystal Stevens wrote:

Jessica Selser wrote:Hello hello Crystal Stevens! How exciting to see that giant "bouquet" of amaranth! Yum! I am excited to learn more about edible yards. I am enjoying sorrel, clover, lambs quarter and wintergreen on my woody parcel of land. I'm pretty shady here and live in Maine so I am i terested to learn about shady edibles. So glad you are here!



Thank you!
Serviceberries grow well as understory trees:)
I have heard great things about high bush cranberries but have never tried one.
Growing mushrooms is a wonderful solution for shade!
https://shop.mushroommountain.com/collections/sawdust-spawn

Here is a great resource for you!
https://www.maine.gov/dacf/php/pesticides/yardscaping/plants/swcdplants/shade_plants.pdf

Best of luck!



Thank you thank you, great ideas, I have downloaded the shade resource and checked the mushroom site. We have a company close by and I can speak with them too.
Hello hello Crystal Stevens! How exciting to see that giant "bouquet" of amaranth! Yum! I am excited to learn more about edible yards. I am enjoying sorrel, clover, lambs quarter and wintergreen on my woody parcel of land. I'm pretty shady here and live in Maine so I am i terested to learn about shady edibles. So glad you are here!
Hello hello! A warm welcome to you from Maine! I've been lucky enough to be on 3 acres of mixed woods (conifers amd deciduous) and try to learn a new edible/medicinal on the land every year. I would like to know how to encourage the medicinals I have (partridge berry, wintergreen, indian cucumber) and am interested in transplanting some from nearby (New England Aster, Elderberry...). I am excited to continue this adventure and to learn more about the interconnectedness of the plants, mycelia, trees and critters.
3 months ago