Hey Everyone, My blog has a new home at http://www.homeschoolgardens.com. All my followers should be getting updates from the new site. I’ll keep this site up as I finish tidying up the migration but all of the old posts and new content are now at http://www.homeschoolgardens.com. I’ll see you over there! Advertisements
I’m going to get off my usual blog topics for a minute and share about something that’s been an important journey for us since 2009 but especially this last year. We were blessed with our first child in 2009 and she inspired a massive career change for me and a new financial path for our… Continue reading Our New Financial Journey
A few months ago I was itching to get a head start on some warm season goodies so I started some seeds indoors really early. I had the space so I figured I’d give it a try and see if I could get some cucumbers, watermelon and cantaloupe earlier than usual. It’s time to take… Continue reading Seedling Experiment Results
My new Urban Worm Bag is now 4 weeks old and the worms have kicked into high gear. They are powering through the food that I’ve fed them so it’s time to change things up. I’m normally very consistent with how and what I feed them but I’m trying something a bit different…mainly because I’m running out of my usually food scraps but also just to experiment a bit. Week 4 Feeding
My red wigglers have had two weeks to get acclimated to their new home in the Urban Worm Bag. It’s time to see how they’re doing and feed them again. I scaled back on how much food I’ve been giving them since I had some leachate issues in my Worm Factory 360 right before dumping… Continue reading Urban Worm Bag – Week 3
It’s time to check in on my new Urban Worm Bag. It’s been really hard to leave it alone but my worms seem to do better when I don’t dig around and disturb them. This is the 2nd time I’ve fed them so we’ll see how they’re doing with their first dinner. Enjoy!
My new Urban Worm Bag is set up and ready to go. In my last video, I filled it using my Worm Factory 360. Now it’s time to check in on them and feed them in their new home for the first time. Enjoy!