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Johnny’s Seeds Herb Disk Collection

Johnny’s Seeds Herb Disk Collection

New product trial; Johnny’s Seeds Herb Disk Collection. Each disc has herb seeds of your choice strategically placed on a cloth like disc. The disks can be purchased separately or with the proper size pot here. They offer: Cilantro/Coriander Chives Parsley Thyme Genovese Compact Improved […]

Purple Salad

Purple Salad

The strategy to get family to eat more salad is a variety of choices. If there are cold salads ready to go…they are simple to top off green salads with various favors, colors and textures. This is one of Nancy Jane’s favorites, if this was […]

The Best Antidepressant

The Best Antidepressant

A post by Mother Judith from 2014 The women at Gray’s farms grow gardens and orchards—–some work great, some can get out of hand in mid-summer—–but as any gardener knows there is always next year. We try to keep our gardens on our farm chemical […]

Garden Journal

Garden Journal

For some gardening is an essential part of life. It serves as a form of therapy (physical and mental) and as a source of food. Garden journals are a wonderful way to keep record of your ups and downs in garden life. What trick worked, […]

Greens, Greens…

Greens, Greens…

“Green, greens, nothing but greens: Parsley, peppers, cabbages and celery, Asparagus and watercress and Fiddle-ferns and lettuce-!” Into The Woods-Prologue Ah, Winter Greens. Kale, Swiss Chard, Pok Choy, Collard Greens, and Spinach flourish in the cold winter months. Your color pallete is not limited to […]

Roasted Garlic

Roasted Garlic

Roasted garlic is a wonderful addition to your healthy cuisine. You can squeeze it on cooked vegetables, on garlic bread, cooked rice or pasta. However, we have to watch our carbs around here, well at least the women do. The man of the farm can […]

Welcome Blooming Home

Welcome Blooming Home

We weary travelers were welcomed home late at night with fresh cut flowers from the gardens. Nancy Jane had them scattered in little spots throughout the house; each time I saw them my heart smiled. For Kathy’s healing, traveling to clinics is needed. The therapy […]

Sweet Thing Pepper

Sweet Thing Pepper

To quote the seed package… “Love peppers, but can’t take the heat?” This spoke to me. I throughly enjoy peppers, however, I cannot handle the heat! Sweet Thing Peppers are a dream come true. You get the illusion of a cayenne pepper without the (in […]

Citrus Coconut Salad

Citrus Coconut Salad

  Harkening to days at the warm, breezy beach, citrus coconut salad can be just as a refreshing experience. We are blessed to grow copious quantities of oranges and grapefruits. They’re great for snacking on while out gardening, or if the ol’ sweet tooth is […]

Let’s Talk Tomatoes

Let’s Talk Tomatoes

Tomato, tomato… By any other name is not the same—-so many varieties Let’s talk tomatoes. Seasoned tomato growers have their favorite. Mr. Moore formerly of Moores Roses in Visalia grew Ace tomatoes—and gave a plant away for each rose purchased, encouraging all to grow and […]