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Birds and berries in my grandmother"s garden

  • 22 Pages
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  • English
E.H. Reiber , West Webster, N.Y
Bird attracting, Birds -- Food, Berries -- Vari
Other titlesBirds & berries in my grandmother"s garden.
Statementby the Bird Man.
The Physical Object
Pagination22, [4] p., [7] leaves of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23281714M

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Berries for the Birds – High Bush cranberries. Many of us plant berry bushes, but do you specifically plant berries for the birds.

Feeding the birds is a enjoyable activity, but because I have always had cats I have planted high bush cranberries, holly, and cotoneaster instead of putting up bird feeders. This is the basic recipe I copied from my Grandmothers book, it doesn't vary much no matter where you look. 3 cups chokecherries.

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1 cup vinegar. 1 cup water. Mash the berries and pour the vinegar/water solution over them. They should be covered. Let them stand for 24 hours. Our new town garden only has room for two edible berries, but I want to add that we planted two elderberry bushes which delight the bees when they are in bloom, and the birds when they bear their berries in late summer.

That is all we require of them. Bees, Birds, Berries, and Blooms. Home; Food for the soul Cabin Kitchen; Birding List. Birds and berries in my grandmother's garden. Bird attracting; Birds; Berries.

BIRDS & vvhite-crowned Sparrow Tnis beautirul bird brings a bit of t K e nortbern forest into tbe garden wben be stops to rest tbere for a few days in spring and fall. He -vvill prolong bis visit w^berever h e i s provided -witb a generous supply o f elderberries.

- Lovely and special. Fern, Caladium, Holly Berry, Birds of Paradise So pretty!. See more ideas about Birds, Fern bouquet and Planting flowers pins.

Jun 2, - Raspberries, Blue-berries.

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See more ideas about Berries, Wild edibles and Edible wild plants pins. I spent a long time yesterday watching a robin eating berries from a bush in my neighbor’s garden.

This viewing was from the window in my study. The robin was finally disturbed by the appearance of a Northern Flicker and off she flew. But a couple of hours later I viewed a very similar or the same fat robin eating more berries. My grandmother is long gone, and my mother, the youngest of her siblings, is now well into her senior years.

Of the large family who enjoyed the dishes that Grammie prepared from her personal recipe collection, there is only one of her children left alive, so its up to the grandchildren and their kids to keep the family memories alive.

Wild Strawberries look almost exactly like the “garden-variety” strawberries you are used to seeing at the garden stores and in the grocery store.

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Both varieties of strawberry produce leaves that grow in groups of three, almost like poison ivy (but don’t worry – they definitely aren’t poisonous!). Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Using garden Charlottes and some Mara des bois--all picked by moi while awaiting the masses of truly wild strawberry plants in the meadow to bear fruit--I've already made a couple of batches of strawberry ice t actually following a set recipe, I taste test my way along, but I generally come up with roughly the following: about three or four cups of smashed berries, to which I add.

We are experiencing a bird and slug problem. The birds eat our fruit and the snails and slugs eat our seedlings. We would like to attract more birds to eat the slugs and snails, but we like our fruit too much and choose to aim our slingshot in their direction.

We have a huge amount of old VHS tapes which we unwind and use the tape as bird tape,but it doesn&#;t seem to work. My own flower journey has brought me here. I started with a few tomato plants. That has progressed into a vegetable garden, fruit trees, berries, grapes, botanicals, natives, flowers, a certified backyard habitat and a native garden on my homeland.

I am a certified Master Gardener. I come from a long line of farmers and gardeners. Birds are vertebrate animals adapted for flight. Many can also run, jump, swim, and dive.

Some, like penguins, have lost the ability to fly but retained their wings. The seedlings dried out or never sprouted, birds ate the seed, the soil wasn’t receptive all sorts of glitches exist on the road between bare ground and a nice bit of lawn.

Recent removal of a two-foot diameter rotted stump of boxelder and renovation of a deck with steps that led down to that vacated spot necessitated a patch of lawn. Buffalo Bird Woman's Garden Recounted by Maxi'diwiac (Buffalo Bird Woman) of the Hidatsa Indian Tribe (ca), edited by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson ().

Originally published as "Agriculture of the Hidatsa Indians: An Indian Interpretation" by Gilbert Livingstone Wilson, Ph.D. () Minneapolis: The University of Minnesota (Studies in the Social Sciences, #9), I discovered 'Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants' by Robin Wall Kimmerer years back through a friend's recommendation.

I finally got around to reading it last week. I thought 'Braiding Sweetgrass' was one whole book. But while reading it, I realized that it is a collection of essays/5. I have 3 acres to garden, but my uncle is downsizing to a smaller house and he recently gave me 4 large houseplants that came from my grandmothers house.

That grandmother passed in The other grandmother passed in and I have a jade plant that she rooted for me. Those 5 plants take a lot of space, but they mean a lot, too. 7/25/19 Shepherd's Bush My Home Sweet Home (kit) Let Freedom Bloom (kit) Plum Street Samplers Tired Trio The Beekeeper Sampler Lessons - Lesson Four.

7/22/19 Heart in Hand Needle and Thread Autumn Whirligig Farmhouse Bird Square Dance - July, Aug, Sept Patchwork Sheep. 7/19/19 My Big Toe Give Thanks to the Lord. I thought I might show you my Garden Diary today with a background of Garden Diary Musica. Chair dance. I’m a big diary keeper, which I know you know.

I have them for all reasons and in all seasons. They help me keep track of the days, but there was definitely a purpose for the garden diary I kept when we went to England in Know you are on my mind and these berries and the ball jar make me sing inside for when we moved here, my grandparents had berries and ball jars everywhere.

The berry garden is gone now a blight hit it, but we are planning to set some more in. Thanks friend for always knowing where my heart lies and needs to be. Blessings. We continue with the little book I'm having fun writing during April's NaNoWriMo challenge.

Once again, for those who are just starting on this novelette, no editing energy has been expended so ignore the errors and enjoy the book. Chapter 5 Super frugal and thrift. It Ain’t borin’ Everyone talks of frugality.

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The front of the book showed the alphabet and then there were several stories including two children going to toy land, a little sweet shop and a little boy eating his breakfast out of a bowl which had humpty dumpty on it. And a week later I was washing dishes and I looked out the window to see two Monarch butterflies in my garden.

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