I don’t have much going inside. Just a few cucurbit (squash, cucumber, pumpkin) seedlings that I started just in case my other ones bit the dust. I do however, have quite a few random odds and ends leftover outside on the greenhouse shelves. I’m contemplating selling them for cheap, if anyone local is interested.
This fall is going to be full of canning and preserving. I cannot wait!
As for everything else...
My dandelion wine is just about ready to finish in bottles. Can’t wait to share that with you guys. And at the same time I’ll make a micro brew of mead thanks to Practical Self Reliance. When the berries come in I"m gonna try doing mulberry mead.
The new, bigger compost bin worked, until Goomba stopped shredding newspaper for it. Then we got fruit flies. BAD. Needless to say it went outside on the porch. Sat there for several months as we added mostly coffee grounds and egg shells before I dug a hole in the outside compost pile and dumped it. Still think it was overall successful. Gonna try again after the small bucket gets full.
Kita , Caveman, Goomba, Gummy Bear and Peanut are native New Englanders, who are working to live more self sufficient and sustainable lifestyle.