Monthly Archives: November 2018

What To Do With Harvests After The First Freeze of Winter

We had our first freeze here in NE Georgia two nights ago. So my friend and I went out and harvested everything possible that would not make it thru the cold the day before and that morning. We got out … Continue reading

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Basket Making From Foraging and Found Material

It’s fall in NE Georgia and the leaves are turning, with some freeze in the short future. From the many things growing around in the garden and wild crafting, it’s time to harvest and gather basket making material for winter … Continue reading

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Getting the Garden Ready for Freeze

Friends, we’re nearing the time we are getting freezing weather. In our area of NE Georgia, it’s supposed to freeze tomorrow night. So, it’s rush around and prepare. Here are some of the things we do here at Hillside Garden … Continue reading

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