Tag: Beekeeping

Wednesday walk through the garden 7/10

The hot weather paired with the rain showers have made the garden pop! We have been harvesting lots of zucchini and a couple dragon tongue beans. Here’s how things are growing: Grow pumpkin vines, grow! I spent a little bit this morning teaching littles…

May 2019 Goals Update!

Only a little more than a week of school left!! So that means: warm weather and spending more time with my towering teen is coming up! Yay! And now, the goal updates: 1. Sew my first quilt– The craft that I wanted to try…

It’s been a while! But it’s Spring!

Life has been a whirlwind lately. But, Spring has finally arrived! The milkweed is springing back to life! I think the pollinator garden is going to be pretty this year! The grapevine has also started to vine! It looks the healthiest that it ever…

DIY bee candy recipe

Yesterday it was a warmer winter day, so I checked in on the bees. They look pretty good, but had devoured their candy I left in there. Since it’s only January, I decided to give them some extra food! So, last night I decided…

Reflecting on our garden on this short, cold day

Over the Spring and Summer, we grow so much around here! I loved sharing about how much we enjoyed the wildlife habitat area that we created: Here and I thought I’d do a garden review as well! If you look behind me, my 2017…

Honey, compost and outdoor school

This week was a busy one! All week I drove to the next county over to go to outdoor school and experience it with students from our school. We had a great week, despite the rain and muddiness! The hikes were my favorite part!…

Wildlife area update

We have slowly been turning our yard in front of the garage into an area for our pollinators. It will give them more pollen, nectar, water and shelter choices. It will also get rid of all of the extra grass cutting in this area!…