It is summer at the farmhouse, which means its time for our summer vegetable garden! We’ve tilled, planted, fertilized and weeded all April and May, so now join me for our June garden tour. I just made a brand new page on this blog all about what essential oils we use on a regular basis and how to get them. You can check that out here: https://www.farmhouseonboone.com/essential-oils/ This post may contain affiliate links. Get Peppermint Essential Oil- http://bit.ly/2HrrWeO Get Oregano Essential Oil- http://bit.ly/2t0Gtny Back in March, I shared how we were preparing for our summer vegetable garden. I talked about how we were starting seeds in the greenhouse and getting greens in the ground. Well, wouldn’t you know it, the first gardening year that I go spilling my life on the world wide web, we have a suuuper long cold winter. It snowed in April, my friends. I posted a (not so happy) photo on Instagram all about it. I mean, I wasn’t happy about the snow, but people on IG sure seemed to like the photo. Thanks for your sympathy, guys! I think we had fewer sunny days in March and April than any years in the last decade. Don’t quote me on this, because its not an official stat, but it definitely seems accurate! Anyway, needless to say, the gardening stuff didn’t go exactly as planned. The seeds we started in the greenhouse basically froze to death. The idea is that the bright sun makes the internal temp much warmer than the temp outside. Yeeeah about that. We basically came to the end of April with nothing to show for our previous efforts, barring the horse manure that we tilled in. I’m sure we’re still reaping the benefits of that. We had a pretty perfect May, so here […]
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