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Category Archives: Grapes
A few years ago, I planted 12 different types of grapes on the farm, including many plants that I cloned. This year I’ve finally started to taste the [..]
The last few days have been bitterly cold, but before that, our winter was fairly warm. Since it has been cold enough to put the plants into a [..]
Bareroot Apple Seedlings in My Hallway Last Thursday I finally received the fruit tree seedlings that I’ve been waiting months for. The order contained 75 apple, 25 wild plum and [..]
I’ve been waiting for several months to experiment with fruit tree seeds, and the time is about right to thaw them out and give them a shot. The [..]
Cloned Grape Vine A few years ago I learned how to clone grape vines, with the intention of growing table grapes, and maybe someday making wine as a [..]
January is here, and so is my que to prune the fruit trees on the farm. I have been waiting for a good cold frost to put the [..]
I’ve been trying to keep up with the ripening tomatoes since the first red alert cherries appeared, but somewhere along that timeline I fell pretty far behind, and [..]
I took a look around to see just how much rain we had gotten from a recent storm. I was very happy to see that the soil seemed [..]
I’ve been waiting patiently, restraining myself from starting any seeds till the time is right, and that time is now. The season begins for me with Celery, which [..]
I’ve been thinking about getting a jump start on the winter season by pruning my fruit trees and grape vines before it gets too cold, but Mother Nature [..]