Posts Tagged ‘fruit trees’

Spring is here and not a moment too soon. Even with the mild winter we had, the longer days and green trees are a welcomed sight. We had a really good peach set this year, so my fingers are crossed for a good harvest.The Rabbiteye blueberry is covered in berries. I need to thin the […]

http://media.blubrry.com/survivalrevolution/p/thesurvivalrevolution.com/wp-content/tsrpodcast/Episode28.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Yes, it’s time for the annual Plantapolooza plant sale. If you listened in to my adventures last year, you know I am passionate about this once a year event. I get mentally and physically prepared for a chance to get my paws on […]

http://media.blubrry.com/survivalrevolution/p/thesurvivalrevolution.com/wp-content/tsrpodcast/Episode06.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI give a homestead update on a few weekend projects along with a few general thoughts. Garden talk, seedlings, cat problems, hobbies and a gear review on the Smith’s pocket pal x2 knife sharpener and survival tool..

A few pics of spring time greenery. A much longed for change from the dreary cold winter. I know, I get no simpathy from you northerners but still….. 🙂 This Pineapple Guava had no problem with the Zone 8 winter. I am curious to see what kind of growth this little guy put out. This […]

Edible plant updates

Posted: 21st August 2013 by Joe Prepper in On The Homestead, Orchard, Permaculture
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It has been a few weeks since my last post. We have been very busy getting things set up and in place to do quite a bit more on the website and even a podcast if all goes well. The new shop/office is nearly complete so I will have a dedicated space to keep myself […]

The Fruit Trees

Posted: 27th July 2011 by Joe Prepper in Orchard, Permaculture
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The first year we planted rye grass as the picture shows then turned it into the soil the next spring.  With the help of family we planted brown turkey and Celeste fig trees, a peach tree, an apple tree and a Bartlett pear tree. We also planted two meyer lemon trees, a grapefruit, an orange, […]