Kevin Wilson

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This sweater came from the thrift store with several small holes in the wool yoke. The rest of the sweater seems to be acrylic. It took me till now to realise that the black and white things on the yoke are loons 😀

The holes are easy to fix in a non-obvious way because the wool is already partly felted and the colors are dark.

1 year ago
If any Canadians are still looking for Sepp holzer rye, I can mail 2 heads to you for cost of shipping (about $5 probably).
1 year ago
I have some Sepp Holzer grain available in Canada. Free for cost of shipping, enough to get you started.
This is what the post response buttons look like on my iPad running Safari. May is right, the apple button is very small compred to the thumbs up & down buttons.
Who knew leek flowers are so popular with all kinds of insects? Ours are buzzing all day long!
The hissing noise is our drip irrigation system running. And part way through I answer my sweetie asking what kind of cookies I want him to make 😀
1 year ago
Mine is ripening now and many seed heads seem to be well filled out. The patch is about 3ft x 2ft.
Sepp grain is now about 6 ft tall. Lots of seed heads but not seeing many actual seed grains in them yet.
1 year ago
Still growing, and making lots of seed heads. Taller than me at 5’3”… about 6 ft.
That’s looking good! How tall does the Sepp grain grow in your conditions?
With all the PEP folks planting Sepp Holzer grains in their hugels, there must be quite a few patches out there now! Let’s see them…

I don't have a PEP hugel to grow them in, but I got a tiny packet for reaching BB20, and planted half of them last spring. They overwintered easily and are now starting to form seedheads.