It’s no secret: I’m an advocate for weeds. As soon as the first chickweed leaves are ready in the spring, I search for as many as I can greedily stuff into my mouth.
One of the last things we harvested on our farm each year is the hawthorn berry. It’s finally time to get our share before the birds take theirs.
Artillery fungus is causing a lot of problems for us this year. It’s an organism that breaks down wood and is commonly found across the United States, including in landscape mulch.