It is with heavy heart that I must share the news that Belladonna discovered the joys of "Dipping".
No, not snuff.
And guess who was her dipper-of-choice last night? Yup, me.
The twirling isn't so challenging. The deep dips, however, is something I should work up to.
I didn't know hazelnuts had fall color.
I think this is an American X European hybrid. The straight Europeans stay green or get just the slightest bit of yellow before the leaves fall off.
The rye has been a bust so far but the turnips had a good take. One reason to plan a cover crop over the winter is so your nutrients don't leach downward out of the root zone.
According to various calculators, I was "Obese" at 5'-9" and over 200 lbs. Now I am only "Overweight". I remember feeling pretty good when I weighed 170 pounds.
|Dioscorea villosa, aka, Wild Yam is a niche player in permaculture. It is fully hardy in my part of Michigan and is considered by many to be a "medicinal" plant.|
|It is easiest to find when the leaves fall. The seeds hang in large clusters and are triangular or shaped like buckwheat.|
|The notable thing about the leaves is that the main veins are parallel and not branching.|
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