Kai: Roly poly bugs, or pill bugs, as they are sometimes called, are not actually a bug. They are a “fresh water” crustacean that lives on land.Continue reading Pill Bugs can be useful
Category Archives: Gardening
All things about Growing real food from the Soil. Food Forests, Permaculture, and the like.
Reconnecting People to Their Food
Greg Miller of Picked at Perfection just put in a new Pocket Garden at the O. J. Semmes Elementary School.
Greg does Harvest 4 Health tours of his urban farm and garden in East Hill to inspire others in the local community of Pensacola to grow their own food and live a more abundant life style. Picked at Perfection is about making the healthy choice the easy choice! Be sure to Follow Subscribe to Picked at Perfection for more content in the future!
Gotta Love Worms
Look what overwintered in the compost pile!Continue reading Gotta Love Worms
Why Chickweed is Amazing!
This cool weather plant is great food you can forage for yourself and animals!
What is this smelly Mushroom? STINKHORN!
Chickens vs quail
Kai: Which is for you? Although it’s best to do your own research and get multiple opinions on the subject, our personal experience boils down to what our original plan for these types of birds was, which after a year’s experience, we still find to be the same.Continue reading Chickens vs quail
Why do we Homestead?
Kai: So why do we homestead?Continue reading Why do we Homestead?
Kai: Although not a typical homestead plant, succulents and plants belonging to the aloe and air plant family can be fun and interesting critters to propagate. They make for easy house plants and help to clean the air. Studies even say they can reduce stress when put into a home or work environment.Continue reading Succulents
Hey everyone! This is our new rabbit, Storm!Continue reading New Rabbit!
The last past few days have been challenging. The freeze wiped out most of our garden, we lost all four pigeon chicks that had hatched, we lost most of our feeder fish breeders and plants even perished inside of our greenhouse.Continue reading Winter Freeze