Tag Archives: propagation
Shoot. 60-mile wind blew down my yurt greenhouse. Yeah it was meant to be temporary but still, bad timing as we’re below zero most nights. Got all my little babies inside the house til Feb. I say: 2016 be gone! … Continue reading
Stephanie started these little Jojoba from seed last summer (there are about 20 of them that took), and this morning we planted them in a location at our Sunever Farms site near the wash, which we think has a really … Continue reading
We now have a greenhouse full of propagation experiments waiting to be planted in mid-September when it cools down a bit: mexican & blue paloverde, catclaw & shoestring acacia, carob, jojoba, wolfberry, desert willow and more.
One of our Olives has reproduced, rooting one of its own branches. Ha. Months spent learning propagation techniques #lettingnaturetakeitscourse Follow us on instagram