This is a list of seed suppliers recommended by Barbara Odegard
Archive | November, 2014
Growing a garden is like learning a language. You need to learn it and then use it. Some very basic information is needed and then you immerse yourself in the environment and you learn more and more as you go.
Like many gardeners in the Comox Valley, I knew that frost was coming in November. But, I didn’t think it would last quite this long and get quite as cold as it did. Note to self, frost kills, especially greens. I still had what I thought were “frost tolerant” veggies outside. Kohlrabi, endive, mizuna, […]
This soup was a favorite at the Purple Onion. It’s easy and very inexpensive to make as yams are so abundant this time of year
By: Lynda Drury Pieces: Celebrating Textiles Is an immersion in hand work and contemporary thought related to textiles, bringing together making, materials and meaning. Charllotte Kwon, of Maiwa fame, provides our opening night Conversation, setting the context for this event within a slow fashion framework. The Florence Filberg Center from late Friday afternoon March 27th through […]