Susan Cerato

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The  strongest and least costly in terms of new materials would be a geodesic dome.  I'd recommend the starplate connector system.  You can view it here:  https://www.strombergschickens.com/product/4-inch-bolt-and-starplate-kit-for-2x4?gclid=CjwKCAjwg4-EBhBwEiwAzYAlssm9crlaxWQ3tXprMMPn2MSEsM5whbvy6JHvHzoovPfVUfEXYepzTBoCqmEQAvD_BwE
1 month ago
Hi, Wayne....yes, Horseradish is very hardy and can come back from almost anything.  thank you for letting me/us know that these are successful when moved great distances and put into the local soil.  
2 years ago
Hi...I always have plenty of horseradish!  The starts won't be up until Spring.  We're having a really warm spell of weather and I could dig some roots for you....contact me at scerato11@aol.com and we can put together a plan to get them to you.  Thanks!  Susan
2 years ago
I've recently discovered a large patch of Bergamot Mint growing in a back field.  And, I'm wondering how to best make use of it.  I know it is used in Native American ceremonies...Sundance, for example.   And, I know there is a value in the seeds.  Does anyone have any experience harvesting, processing, and/or selling/buying?

Thanks!

Susan
3 years ago
Hi!  I'm glad to hear all is well with the horseradish starts.  They really do produce quickly and have (at least those here) a nice sweet-hot flavor we love.  I appreciate your letting me know.  There will be plenty to share again this Spring!
3 years ago
Hi...thanks for asking.  How many were you wanting?
3 years ago
Hi....
I think the clue here is that you don't do anything with it ... as in tilling around or through the patch...that will scatter the roots and create new plants.

Susan
3 years ago
Thanks!  I got the notification.  I'll get them off as soon as possible.  I need to get more boxes!

Susan
3 years ago
LOL...it really is gorgeous and such a pleasure to work with ... plants love it, too.  Really...I don't think it will fit in any USPS box!

Thanks
4 years ago
Thanks!!!  I appreciate knowing they are not only doing well but appreciated!

Susan
4 years ago