Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Medicinals in the Garden Update


Remember these guys? They arrived in June and have been growing out back in Bucketville ever since. To see their progress, you can jump to my article today on the collaborative blog Women Not Dabbling In Normal, where you'll probably get lost in all the other wonderful posts you'll find from the women there, like I do....
By the way, if you do go there, check out the new Yahoo group, Friends Not Dabbling in Normal, on the sidebar of that site. There's a great group of people actively having the fun of getting to know each other and throwing out some great questions and tips related to homesteading. Enjoy!
(Jack just reminded me I sound like I'm advertising...that's not my style, but I'm just delighted to see this awesome community connecting in yet another important way, and it's such fun!)
(Merrily singing "This is My Blog, and I'll Type What I Want To.....) heehee

6 comments:

Nola @ AlamoNorth said...

I'll go over and check it out. I wasn't blogging back at the beginning of summer. I'm glad you posted a photo of the plants, I often wondered how a living plant was shipped! I've always just bought bulbs and seeds, because I couldn't believe a whole plant could be boxed and shipped!

Christina said...

Totally cool post..... Thanks!

Mrs. K's Lemonade Stand said...

Looks like I am going to have to do some exploring! lol

Robbyn said...

Hi, Nola! So glad you are blogging now and that you're sharing in this great homesteading community :) I've only had experience with roses being shipped, and those are often shipped bareroot. These more tender plants arrived quite perky, except for the Zatar, and it might just have been the heat, frankly.

Christina, thanks! I've missed you!

Mrs K, oh yes...it's the kind of exploring that can swallow up most of an afternoon...that new yahoogroup is fun, and I hope you can be a part of it!

The Brenda Blog said...

Thanks, I'll check it out.
Brenda

RazorFamilyFarms.com said...

Awesome post!

Blessings!
Lacy