Egyptian or Walking Onions Young Hens outside for the first time Strawberry Blossoms Cucumber Seedlings Blueberry Flowers Outdoor Greenhouse Penelope and Isabelle Strawberry Harvest in May Tomato Harvest Pansies after the rain Sidewalk Farms Raised Beds for Veggies Henrietta Sitting on the Fence Sunflower Squash Blossoms Garlic Baby Cabbage Cold Frame

Sidewalk Farms Blog in Rye Eats Local e-newsletter

Sidewalk Farms has begun writing a blog for the Rye Eats Local e-newsletter.  The newsletter comes out at the beginning of each month.  You can visit the Rye Turning Green […]

Seed Starting Resources

Does anyone know Dr. Tomato, a.k.a. David O’Conner,  who lives right here in Barrington, NH?  He is a local grower who likes to push the envelope when it comes to […]

Honey from bees at Sidewalk Farms

Bees at Sidewalk Farms

Here at Sidewalk Farms we have talked for several years about learning to keep bees and have even taken a few introductory classes but have not had the time to […]

The Victory Garden of Tomorrow – Great Posters!

I recently visited The Victory Garden of Tomorrow website and I love the posters he has available.  In fact, I just ordered two.   I like his philosophy about food and […]

Sidewalk Farms Chickens

In the fall of 2009 my daughter Carly and I started talking about getting animals for the farm as a food source and as a source of manure for the […]

Extending the growing season with an indoor greenhouse

Every spring I start my own seedlings for almost every vegetable I plan to grow that summer.  Over the last few years as the farm has grown and I have […]

Strawberries harvested Jun 1st

Strawberries in late May / early June

At my urban farm, I have strawberry plants that grow directly next to the sidewalk.  The plants along the sidewalk are truly an example of Permaculture for two reasons.  First […]

Choosing a Home Garden Site

Here is a link to a valuable growing information PDF covering Choosing a Home Garden Site.  This information is provided courtesy of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. Choosing […]

Timing Vegetable Transplants

Here is a link to a valuable growing information PDF covering Timing Vegetable Transplants.  This information is provided courtesy of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. Timing Vegetable Transplants

The NH Harvest Season

Here is a link to a valuable growing information PDF covering The NH Harvest Season.  This information is provided courtesy of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. The NH […]