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I process everything that comes out of the garden. Once you get used to the fresh taste of canned goods it is hard to buy it from the store.
|July is great for picking Currants. And there is nothing more tasty than a currant pie in January.||This year a worm ate most of the leaves but left us all the berries we could handle||This is about 1/2 hour of picking and about 2 pies. We picked several days and left the rest for the birds.|
|This year the black raspberries were more abundant than they ever have been||Along with red raspberries from my friend Cindy lou who, and strawberries picket at Wyatt's, we put up 25 half pints of jam.||Grandma showed me how to make sun green tea. Add a little lemon or mix with lemonade and you have a great summer time, good for you drink.|
Walnut Man has returned and has been busy cracking some of the billions of walnuts we have. He has fine tuned his cracker to produce 1 cup of walnuts per quarter hour. And that is an amazing feat!!
The above plants are Tiger Lilies, Tiraella and Japanese Lilac
|Orange Daylily||Prairie smoke||Yellow Daylily|
|Martagon Lily||Blue Bells||Queen of the Prairie in pink with Astrantia|