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Wordless Wednesday: Wild Plum Blossoms

by Texas Homesteader ~

The beautiful blooms on this wild plum tree in our pasture give the promise that spring is on the way! #TexasHomesteader

Spring is coming!

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~TxH~

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Wordless Wednesday: Winter Veggie Garden Chores

by Texas Homesteader ~

Preparing the garden for winter: spread crimson clover in the bare rows to provide a living mulch & nitrogen for next spring's planting #TexasHomesteader

The veggie garden has been put to bed for the winter. I spread crimson clover seed along the bare rows to provide both a living mulch as well as nitrogen for next spring’s planting.  Nighty-Nite!

~TxH~

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Wordless Wednesday: Precious Gift

by Texas Homesteader ~

 

When a friend's father who was an avid gardener passed away suddenly she decided to give me all his veggie seeds. What a special gift! #TexasHomesteader

A friend’s father who was an avid veggie gardener passed away suddenly.  As they were going through his things she decided to give me all his veggie seeds. What a special gift!  I’m touched that she’d be thinking of me during such a trying time in her own life.

~TxH~

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Wordless Wednesday: Heartbreaking Results of Pesticide For Beekeepers

by Texas Homesteader ~

it was heartbreaking to see hundreds of dead bees beneath our hives. Someone within a 3-mile radius apparently sprayed heavy pesticide! #TexasHomesteader

As new beekeepers, it was heartbreaking to see hundreds of dead bees beneath our hives.  We didn’t spray pesticides to stop the advance of the Armyworms in our pastures. But someone within a 3-mile radius apparently did. Look at all the dead bees!

There’s GOT to be a better way!

~TxH~

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