Kegiatan pemeliharaan dan penanaman kembali tanaman obat di RW 09 Kelurahan Karanganyar.
City folk get your ticket for the Farm Roast - they are going fast! @farmersash with @get_repost
Its PARTY time! This is the last shindig of 2018. @chefarthurgonzalez is cooking. @tenmilebrewing is selling beer. @longbeachcreamery is scooping treats. @thepollencollective is playing the jams. Its this Friday night! Bring a blanket or chair and come hang on #farmlot59 This event sold out last time so please purchase your food plate ticket ahead of time. Tickets at farmlot59.org #urbanfarming#farmlot59#fundraiser#farmtotable#farmparty
The greenhouse at The Frick’s Clayton House is lovely. Warm air infused with humidity as the sweet smell of blooming flowers coming from somewhere. You can imagine yourself in a different time on these grounds. And the autumn light is delicious. Have you been yet?
We are very proud to be a small part of the operation at @acreonthe
They are growing a solid business and to watch them grow both plants and a foundation of excellence has been inspirational to us over here at Bootstrap!
Keep up the great work and thank you for sharing your story!
----- BUAH ROTI----- .Sukun adalah nama sejenis pohon yang berbuah. Buah sukun tidak berbiji dan memiliki bagian yang empuk, yang mirip rotisetelah dimasak atau digoreng. Karena itu, orang-orang Eropa mengenalnya sebagai "buah roti" (Ingg.: breadfruit; Bld.: broodvrucht, dll.). Source Wikipedia
Menurut saya pohon ini rekomended untuk tanaman peneduh...
Seharusnya bisa dibuat program tanam sukun untuk di lahan-lahan umum seperti taman, atau pinggir jalan
Daunnya yang lebar memudahkan untuk dibersihkan...ga perlu sapu cukup diambil pakai tangan pun bisa langsung bersih👍
Belum lagi dia berbuah sepanjang waktu tanpa mengenal musim....digoreng, atau dibuat keripik bikin ga cukup makan sedikit😁
Tapi paling syuka kalau dikukus dan ditambahkan parutan kelapa kukus..JUARA banget rasanya😉
#FarmLifeWithFour : Ground-Up Initiative sits on 2.6ha of land between Khatib, and the Land of Weird that we had by now come to know as Yishun.
A portion of our vegetables and herbs on the farm is kept for educational purposes. We hold activities and learning experiences for the young and old alike. Which brings us to today’s edition of Farm Life With Four: Kids Say The Darndest Things (even on the farm).
I hereby present you a collection of the hits from words both I have heard with my own ears, and of my fellow facilitators’. On first listen, their observations and questions serve largely as entertainment on the odd days I dabble in the role of a (kind of) educator in my otherwise minion of a life weeding, mulching, weeding and also mulching.
However if one stops to think about it, one may see the importance of having a space like ours to let our children see, touch, smell and even work on the food they eat.
But mostly, they’re for my entertainment and dinner conversation starters for people to realise how interesting I am.
That’s it for this week’s Farm Life with Four. Don’t forget to water your plants.
Welp, farming is full of valuable lessons. Our first freeze taught me that thicker frost blankets are needed for plummeting temperatures! Feeling sincere gratitude for our herb survivors like this lovely feverfew 🙏🏻 💛