Howdy Friends, I have a leaf minor problem. I don’t have a photo to go with this post so instead you can take a look at these beauties!! These are beets that I harvested just a few days ago they … Continue reading
Last week I posted some pictures of my tomato troubles. I was lucky enough to have Dirty Diana down here in my garden. She needed a quiet place to write her column for the West Hawaii Today Newspaper. Before she … Continue reading
Aloha Friends, I mentioned a few posts back that I talked with Diana aka Dear Dirty Diana about answering gardening questions for us. I also promised a Diana Bio. I will get the Bio to you later. In the mean … Continue reading
I woke up at 4:30 in the morning and for those of you who know me that is NOT my hour of the day! When it is dark I like to be in bed with my eyes shut dreaming of sugary treats and warm days at the beach…hugging my pillow. Don’t worry coco stayed in bed this morning she saw no point in getting moving with me. She did move, just to my side of the bed. She looked something like this…only in a comfortable bed.
Today we have 12 people here at the Bed and Breakfast from Canada and the want breakfast at 6 am. So 4:30 am it is.
I just wanted to give you guys a heads up. Something to look forward to. You ready for this drum roll please.
Diana Duff owner of Hoku Farm here in the Big Island of Hawaii has agreed to do a gardening column for this blog! Yipee!! I am so excited I can hardly contain myself. This mean an expert will be here to answer not only my questions but your as well. This will be like a Dear Abbey Column but for gardening and growing edibles.
Let me introduce you to Diana…
Diana currently writes a column for the West Hawaii Today news paper and has been teaching farming for many many years. I will give you a full Bio later. In the mean time you guys get to help with choosing the name here are a few to choose from.
Email me which name you think would be best or just leave a comment. I am curious to hear what you you have to say.