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Thanksgiving in Los Angeles

16 4 Nov 24, 2017

More mushrooms! Signs of #livingsoil it would be nice if these were #psilocybin mushrooms, but don’t worry y’all I ain’t gonna eat them. I don’t know enough about #mycology for that.

36 2 Nov 24, 2017

Salvia Apiana(White Sage) probably the most common of Sages. Stop killing this plant yo! Burning a leaf will do! Growing organic veggies is cool and all, but it’s important that we do not ignore the place we live in and disconnect from our environment. Plant native species y’all help out our wildlife and help reduce the damage we have caused. Shoutout to my Tia for hooking me up with this one, which I’ll put in the ground in a couple months. #whitesage #whitesagesmudge #native #nativespecies

49 4 Nov 23, 2017

Fresh #cucumber 🥒 = home made cucumber #kimchi. 🔥

73 5 Nov 22, 2017

020623. #TimAndMichaels

36 2 Nov 20, 2017

Thinking back to this summer, this class was all about air plants. These tropical beauties don’t need soil, and my favorites have majestic purple blooms. Do you have an air plant? ❄️🌲❄️🌲❄️🌲 #denvergarden #gardenclassdenver #growyourown #farmtomouth #eatgood #fitness #health #learn #growfood #growyourhealth #hgtv #teachgarden #teachplants #denverco #lagarden #santamonicafitness #santamonicayoga #layoga #healthwellness #horticulturaltherapy #miami #nyc #florida #charleston

108 2 Nov 18, 2017

Hell yeah! Look what I found after watering the plants #mushrooms. I have been focusing on feeding my soil appose to my plants and it’s paying off! Every piece of organic matter from dead leaf to food scrapes go directly into my garden or compost, which ups the amount of carbon in the soil. Essentially replenishing the soil by multiplying the soil’s beneficial microbial colonies. This should help the plants intake more nutrients, have a stronger immune system, and increase yield. Most importantly giving back to Mother Nature! We as humans extracts so much from her, but don’t give back. As person that started gardening about 3 months ago I’m really proud of this. I did not use any chemicals or synthetics. I also didn’t know much about any of this. I’ve always loved nature, but slowly learning about it is amazing! Shoutout to dragonflyearthmedicine and their great products! I’ve been using them in my compost teas. Slide to the right to see a picture of how the soil looked a little over 3 months ago. #livingsoil #regenerativeagriculture #urbangardening #onelove #probotics #mycology #microorganisms #microbes

43 2 Nov 18, 2017

Harvest of the day! Ever had a Tuna of a Nopal? Nopal/Prickly Pear #Cactus is native to #Mexico, #Arizona, #NewMexico & parts of #Cali. Both the cactus pad & fruit are edible and crazy #healthy they help with inflammation, they have antioxidant properties, lower cholesterol, help with diabetes, ulcers and improve skin health. I am waiting for those to ripen a bit more before I cut them. Super low maintenance plants. Which is super plus. Highly drought tolerante. Fuck those pill cases. #decolonize

52 3 Nov 17, 2017

Ain’t nothing like fresh herbs to add some flavor to your cooking. Did you know mint have various health benefits & also works as pest control ?

38 4 Nov 16, 2017

Romaine lettuces looking nice for 1 month! These were the first edible plants I ever planted.

42 1 Nov 15, 2017

Just potted these babies! I cut them from the mother plant with a clean knife at an angle. Let them sit for several days without soil. I let the cut part dry till it callused over. Then I scored those pots for free on Craigslist! Great day.

34 3 Nov 14, 2017

When your homie has an avocado tree... #avocados

40 1 Nov 13, 2017

Ever had a Tuna of a Nopal? Nopal/Prickly Pear #Cactus is native to #Mexico, #Arizona, #NewMexico & parts of #Cali. Both the cactus pad & fruit are edible and crazy #healthy they help with inflammation, they have antioxidant properties, lower cholesterol, help with diabetes, ulcers and improve skin health. I am waiting for those to ripen a bit more before I cut them. Super low maintenance plants. Which is super plus. Highly drought tolerante. Fuck those pill cases. #decolonize they are crazy full of spikes, I had removed part of the skin. I do not suggest picking them without gloves.

38 3 Nov 11, 2017

Super nervous about this bed. I used the native soil, I added food scraps for about two weeks. I then added compost and mixed it let it sit for another two weeks. The PH level is 6.6 which is great for the cauliflower, however drainage sucks. The first pic is my 4~ week old purple cauliflower, the others are 3~ week #cauliflower. I will be watering with compost tea to improve soil. Any #organic recommendations out there to improve soil drainage ?

36 5 Nov 10, 2017

Compost tea has been brewing for two days. When I brew my next one I'll post a how to video, and what I use.

26 2 Nov 9, 2017

Got some Mexican Sage (Salvia leucantha) cuttings to propagate. How to do that 1. Cut leafs and stems from bottom two inches. 2. With a clean blade slightly remove skin from bottom two inches. 3. Places in potting soil mix. 4. Place steams in soil.

38 2 Nov 9, 2017
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