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California Hot Springs Bantam


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Seeds adapt to specific locations and, over time, can develop a distinct variety of seed. Four seasons of adapting has turned this golden bantam corn into a local specialty: California Hot Springs Bantam. Though the kernels are smaller and the ear not quite as full, this is a tasty corn may someday be famous. :)

Minimally, it’s really cool to save seed.


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Harvest is Here


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The garden had a late start with cold temperatures through May, but it was worth the wait. The harvest begins.


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Composting Autumn


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Alastair enjoys trailer load #4 of leaves imported from neighbors in Pine Flat, one of whom has a "five-load yard." This load of leaves provides compost to a new garden area. The other ten loads will cover ornamental and garden beds and fill up three large compost bins. We also "scored" fifteen bags of leaves from a Pine Flatter who has a different definition of a "full bag," so says my aching back.


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