• NEW BUNNY HOME

    Finished!! ONE DOWN… The guys finished the bunny hutch on Friday by putting the overhang up. Instead of plywood, they used some old plastic canvas which would allow some sun in but keep out the rain. The bunnies are enjoying their new home, especially their new “living” space. Now to

  • MORE PLANTS

    We got some new plants yesterday again fromEXOTICA RARE FRUIT NURSERY. The quality was much better than the first batch.  We added: Red Malaysian Guava, Jamaican Red Banana, Negronne Fig, and Miracle Fruit. We also got an Evergreen Huckleberry and Wintergreen fromRAINTREE NURSERY. This was our first time buying from

  • CONDO-BUNNIUM

     Almost finished! The guys almost finished the rabbit hutch. All that’s left to do is to put on the shade roof and attach the waste disposal system/floor. They also plan to attach worms bins underneath the hutch for more vermicomposting space. The rabbit droppings will drop through a funnel and

  • TOOTHACHE PLANT

    Toothache Plant THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF HERBS The other day, I had pain from wisdom teeth coming in and since we are growing new herb calledTOOTHACHE PLANT in the yard I gave it a try.  And to, my surprise– wait a second here, in fact I shouldn’t be surprised as

  • BOTTLES WANTED

     Bottles up! We have been trying to collect bottles when delivering to the restaurants and caterers to put in some of the garden beds for both useful and decorative functions. I really would like some blue bottles that they use for mineral water… but, they are hard to find. We

  • JUICY FRUIT

    The orange trees have tons of fruit on them and it looks like it’s going to be a good year! Nothing like the taste of a fresh, sweet orange in the morning. The guys are working on a building a rabbit hutch, it’s going to be really nice. Photos will

  • COUNTING OUR BLESSINGS

    November is a month to give thanks for our blessings. We have a lot to be thankful for this year. Our bountiful garden harvest, (even though it was bad drought year) our hens, rabbits, our home and family and last but not least that we are able to share our

  • PUTTING ALL OUR EGGS IN ONE BASKET

    The hens are doing wonderful, which is a blessing! They seem to like what we’ve been feeding them, naturally — fresh greens and veggies and kitchen scraps and squiggly creatures/bugs from the garden. We get about an egg a day from each hen.  We even have some surplus to sell!

  • MOVIN’ RIGHT ALONG

    The reed bed is coming along nicely. We planted some bog/water plants along the edge and collected some river rocks from the Arroyo. Building it is one thing, figuring out how to get the bath and wash water out is another. We’ll tackle that problem when we come to it.

  • MOVIN' RIGHT ALONG

    The reed bed is coming along nicely. We planted some bog/water plants along the edge and collected some river rocks from the Arroyo. Building it is one thing, figuring out how to get the bath and wash water out is another. We’ll tackle that problem when we come to it.