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Farmette 1769

by Monica Melograna-Ward

Look at the side bar. You’all will see that yummy basket of eats. One type is a work in progress, while the other is in the making. I suppose that most current successes will always be “in progress” since a farmer’s approach to every day is how to become more productive and efficient. And we are finding that improvements take time and patience.

Our citrus trees are very young, and since they cannot withstand freezing temperatures, will be part of our indoor garden. We are lucky to have sky lights, but any sunny window area will do. The next time you are squeezing a store or market bought lemon or lime, merely save the seeds. If the fruit is fresh, it is likely that the seeds are grow worthy.


On our way to making lemonade.

The eggs are already made here, right on our Farmette, on the outskirts of Charlotte, North Carolina. See tomorrow’s post for paparazzi shots of their creators…

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