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Annette Jones wrote:Definitely Dead Nettles on the hugel berm. Its scientific name "Lamium purpureum".


Thank you both for the clarification. When I read Hans' comment, I thought to myself, "Hmm... Well, they look pretty alive to me!" Glad to know that Dead Nettles is the proper name.

...Sounds like a potential name for a "regenerative gardening thrash metal band."
 
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Looking good! Happy to see you keeping the fermentation tradition alive! Sexy jar, too!

Stephen B. Thomas wrote:Paul apparently hates sauerkraut, but he thinks my fermented cabbage is delicious...! Well, so do I.


That's what they all say, until they try the real stuff.
 
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BRK #506

The past couple days have looked a lot alike. There's snow first thing in the morning and sometimes overnight. The mornings look fantastic.





Then, 2pm rolls around, and all the snow melts.



I spent most of the day indoors anyhow, transforming the Classroom's classroom setting into a work space again. I think things look pretty good in there.



Also: I'll be off-site for the next several weeks. See you all in March.
 
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We'll miss your activities. Enjoy your time. See you back in March with continuing news and tips I hope :-)
 
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Thanks again for all your hard work during the Garden Master class Stephen!!!  Enjoy your well deserved time off!
 
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