After many years of trying to grow melons with very little luck this year has seen a marked difference! We now have a greenhouse and currently have 5 good sized cantaloupes ripening for our enjoyment. We also have a volunteer melon in the garden of unknown variety that currently has 2 good sized fruit on… Read more »
After a somewhat rocky start to the garden this year (thought we were infested with wire worms which turned out to be a variety of centipede) we have an amazing garden! This lettuce is a bolt resistant red butter lettuce which did very well in the heat wave we are just finishing. We split this… Read more »
It seems early this year, but yes indeed it is berry picking time! The black berries are big, sweet, juicy and plentiful – perfect for syrup, jam, pie, freezing whole and best of all eating fresh.
This past holiday Monday Robyn and I and all the kids headed down to The Commons to help ‘People for a Healthy Community’ get the food bank garden beds ready for planting. Together with a group of volunteers we weeded, mowed, turned soil and planted starts of kale and chard to help get the garden… Read more »
Enjoy an authentic South American themed 6-Course dinner and wine pairing at Woodfire Restaurant on February 1st, 6:30pm. Looks amazing! Purchase tickets ($75) ahead of time from Woodfire. Call 250-247-0095.