sleeping bison farm, ketchum, idaho

June 18, 2009 - 11:31 pm


bison1thanks to the farm’s greenhouse these cabbages are already half-grown in June.
In this bed they’re mixed with other early greens.

bisonbeans1these bush beans got an early start thanks to this beautifully engineered cold frame, one of many.
bisonbcurrants a cluster of established current bushes held court in the middle of the garden
bisonround at the base of a dwarf fruit tree nasturtiums starts are arranged in a circle
bison-ghouse the last of the summer’s starts — mixed basil
bison2the June idaho bounty pot-luck dinner at rebecca bundy’s sleeping bison farm—  was preceded by a garden/farm tour. idaho bounty is a local organization that supports sustainable agriculture (farmers, ranchers, chefs and market gardeners). 

contributing writer Kate Cartwright is a long-time local artist, astrologer and consummate gardener.

welcome to the natural space blog

June 12, 2009 - 8:24 pm


summer in ketchum, idaho… and  welcome to the natural space blog!  more shall be revealed soon…love and please join our blog!

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