I thought people here might enjoy it, so here it is: annapolisseeds.blogspot.com It's very small at the moment but I'm adding to it as I write articles for my column with the local paper and with general farm events. Hopefully I'll have a lot more to write about once spring arrives and life returns to the land!
Growing an acre of seeds and expanding every year! zone 6a, average last frost: May 15, average first frost: Oct. 1
Follow the craziness at annapolisseeds.blogspot.com
NOW BACK TO THE GARDEN, BACK TO THE MEADOW, BACK TO THE WOODLOT!
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Post by ottawagardener on Feb 14, 2009 13:18:41 GMT -5
I've bumped into this blog before I think and found it interesting. Thanks for posting a link.
Garden is a clearing in the woods grading from shallow, rocky soil supporting a maple bush to a pine forest planted on sandy soil and a clay bottomland with spruce and tamarack. For more garden antics, check out the blog:
lindz: i believe Acacia trees are the fastest growing trees, I am in Asia and need to produce sawdust. Therefore I need to start planting some fast growing trees and have to find which will be best for producing sawdust? I will buy the land in Asia somewhere
Sept 17, 2014 21:35:35 GMT -5
lindz: is this the right website to find out this info or can anyone recommend where to get this information? if not on here. Thanks
Sept 17, 2014 21:36:01 GMT -5
synergy: Yes try here and www.permies.com as there are lots of knowledgable people on both website forums. I imagine differing trees will have different properties and your selection might differ depending on what you want to use the sawdust for...
Sept 19, 2014 3:39:04 GMT -5