While strolling the woodland paths of Sleepy Cat Farm, it is apparent to me now the importance of creating an understory layer to further enhance the experience of the garden.
The Greenwich Community Gardens presents “The Future of Food” – an evening dedicated to food and agriculture. Learn how regenerative farming can feed the planet, reverse climate change, restore the environment… and be a successful business! A screening of the film “Unbroken Ground” by Patagonia, will […]
Pictured: Cornis Sericea: “Arctic Fire” adds interest in Winter with its colorful bark. Plants create interest in the garden in many ways: foliage, flowers, fruit, bark, form, and so on. Adding new plants to a mature garden sometimes means removing plants that have begun to decline. […]
People often ask me, “what do you do in the winter”? Honestly, in our climate one can normally proceed with garden activities throughout the month of December: invasive plant removals, planting, mulching, cleanup, even lawn installations. My neighbor installed a sod lawn in January. I […]
Photo: Peach Ice Cream, Plum Sherbet and Raspberry Sorbet, made by SCF owners wife, Seen, a professional chef! Having never had the opportunity to grow my own tree fruit, I was excited to return to Sleepy Cat Farm and learn more about this endeavor. The […]