Monday, January 21, 2019

whats in our food forest? jan 2019

canopy
bodark
pecan
oak
elm
mulberry
oleander

next layer
apple
banana
chaya
citrus
fig
gardenia
ginger
moringa
peaches
pomegranate

herbaceuous layer
agave
blueberry
cast iron
collards
crinnums
daylilly
rose

groundcover:
carpet beluga
chickweed
clover
creeping daisy
dayflower
garlic chives
grasses
gynura propogen?
horseherb
sweet potato
wood sorrel
violets

vines:
asiatic jasmine
bugevalia
grave vine
malabar spinach
morning glory
trumpet flower
snail vine

agave
applw tree (non producing)
asiatic jasmine
banana
blueberry
bodark
bulgevalia?
carper beluga (M)
cast iron - aspidistra (NE)
chaya
chickweed - late winter/spring
citrus - grapefruit
citrus - orange tree
citrus - madarin hedge
citrus - lemon tree
citrus - kumquat
clover - burr kind
collards
crinums - pink (NE)
creeping daisy (NE)
dayflower - blue
daylilly - orange edible kind
dianthus (only one plant left)
elm
fern?
fig tree (tiny one in pot)
gardenia? - white
garlic chives
ginger - ornamental
ginger - shampoo
goji - never fruited
goldenrod (summer/fall)
grapevine
grapevine - muscadine
guryana
horseherb (NE)
iris?
lambs ear
loquat tree - japanese plum
malabar spinach
mimosa (tea)
mint
moringa (one tiny tiny tree)
morning glory - late summer/fall
mulberry
narcisscus (toxic)
oak trees
oleander (toxic)
peach - flowering
peach -
pecan tree
pomegrante
purslane (late summer)
purpleheart
raintree (NE)
raspberry
rose
rosemary
shrimp plant - butterfly?
snail vine (toxic)
spider plant?
sweet potato leaves late summer /fall
tallow
trumpet flower - unedible/hummingirds
wood sorrel - pink flowers
velcro weed - dec, jan (tea)
vetch?
violets wild
yucca?

grasses:
cactus:
some misc wild plants i do not yet know what they are yet

neighbors yard:
boxwood?
grass - augustine only
roses?
crepe?

list of plants

agave
applw tree (non producing)
banana
blueberry
bodark
bulgevalia?
carper beluga (M)
cast iron - aspidistra (NE)
chaya
chickweed - late winter/spring
citrus - grapefruit
citrus - orange tree
citrus - madarin hedge
citrus - lemon tree
citrus - kumquat
clover - burr kind
collards
crinums - pink (NE)
creeping daisy (NE)
dayflower - blue
daylilly - orange edible kind
dianthus (only one plant left)
elm
fern?
fig tree (tiny one in pot)
gardenia? - white
garlic chives
ginger - ornamental
ginger - shampoo
goji - never fruited
goldenrod (summer/fall)
grapevine
grapevine - muscadine
guryana
horseherb (NE)
iris?
lambs ear
loquat tree - japanese plum
malabar spinach
mimosa (tea)
mint
moringa (one tiny tiny tree)
morning glory - late summer/fall
mulberry
narcisscus (toxic)
oak trees
oleander (toxic)
peach - flowering
peach -
pecan tree
purslane (late summer)
purpleheart
raintree (NE)
raspberry
rose
rosemary
shrimp plant - butterfly?
snail vine (toxic)
spider plant?
sweet potato leaves late summer /fall
tallow
trumpet flower - unedible/hummingirds
wood sorrel - pink flowers
velcro weed - dec, jan (tea)
vetch?
violets wild
yucca?

grasses:
cactus:

neighbors yard:
boxwood?
grass - augustine only
roses?
crepe?

Monday, July 16, 2018

Do you ever shop on Amazon?

hi from Krin and Eagle

i know this is kind of a funny question, but since july 16th is amazon prime day, thought id go ahead and ask our friends and contacts this question - just in case the answer is yes.

Do you ever shop online on Amazon for your family?

even though I am not really a big fan of advocating amazon,
I know that for many people,the big sale on prime day is a big event,
So just in case you do ever shop on amazon for your family, maybe if you could go to it using one of our affiliate links on the affiliate store eagle recreated for us (after we lost the original amazon store we once had up as part of our three main projects),  that would help us earn a tiny bit of a commission, not much but something always helps.

the websites themselves still need a lot of work, so please no critiques at this time. ... but if you use it just as a jumping point to whatever other shopping you do on Amazon, then the theory is that we maybe will get a small teeny itty bittty affiliate commission off of it :)

www.apartmentgardeningstore.com
to promote edible gardening in apartments and homes

www.bodylisteningstore.com/shop to encourage communication, conflict transformations & empathy body listening

or

www.krineteagle.com/shop
(just a random list of types of products we have bought, buy or might buy in the future)

if you use any of those stores as a jumping point to amazon, then for the next 24hrs we would get a very small small commission off of anything you buy from Amazon.  Its very small, but still its a small ego boost.  :D   yum!

hope all is going well for you and your family. ;)

Krin and Eagle ;)

(Ps: for those who have not been following along on facebook, our three main projects are 1.encouraging people to have their own edible garden, 2. Encouraging learning ways and skillsfor each of us to be better listeners 3.sharing a bit of how those first two  journeys combine and sharing our overall journey with anyone who is interested in our journey)

Thursday, May 10, 2018