Spring has sprung! This week we did some spring cleaning and blew the pine needles and leaves off the grass hidden below. It’s amazing how green it turned when you take off a good inch of brown.
Our apple trees are planted and protected with 5ft fencing. We’ve been busy figuring out how best to lay the garden out.
So far we’ve laid out the asparagus patch, blueberry patch, strawberry rows, and raspberry rows. Speaking of raspberries, when we were on a walk to grab the mail we found a bunch of wild raspberries right in our front yard. Go figure, at least we all love raspberries!
Our apple trees are doing great, all ten are starting to get tiny leaves! We may not have any apple harvest for years, but we are so excited that they are all doing well.
We are experimenting with growing some of Darrick’s dads willows. We cut a few twigs from his willow plant and we can post an update on these as well if you are interested. Let us know in the comments!
Darrick and Kay
Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.