Tuesday, December 20, 2011
I still have some seeds left, check out the list here.
No posts next week, so I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Help Fund the Bushwick Campus Greenhouse
2011: Sustainable food trends
Oranges for All! The Project That Brings Produce to People in Need
How Coca-Cola helped shape the modern-day Santa
The bugs that ate Monsanto
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
I still have some seeds to giveaway. Check out the list here.
Picky Eaters More Prone to Allergies
Square Foot Gardening and Permaculture Join Forces (Video)
How the potato changed the world
'The Urban Food Revolution' Goes High Rise
Urban-Rural Solidarity: Farmers March on Wall Street
Thursday, December 8, 2011
If you would like some seeds just email me at thegardener at bucolicbushwick dot com.
Container friendly, rooftop friendly, disease resistant, great tasting fruits. Highly recommended.
Container friendly. Rooftop friendly? Questionable, but the fruits are never bitter! My plant was a stressed, diseased wreck that occasionally ran out of water and it still never produced a bitter cucumber. Highly recommended.
Container friendly, rooftop friendly, non bitter eggplants. Recommended.
Container friendly, rooftop friendly, awesome flavor. My favorite seed of 2011, highly recommended.
Container friendly, rooftop friendly, sweet & crunchy fruit. Recommended.
Container friendly, rooftop friendly, very productive plants, unfortunately their flavor was unremarkable.
Did not do well on the rooftop. Very tasty tomatoes though so I would recommend it for ground level or sheltered gardens.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
A brownie edge worth a million
Fast Food's Dirty Little Secret: It's the Middle Class Buying Burgers
How Rooftop Farms, Upstate Farms and Community Gardens All Help to Feed New York (Video)
An upside-down tomato cage + strings of holiday lights = a fun (and easy-to-make) alternative Christmas tree.
Horse: Coming soon to a meat case near you?