Make one thing every day, wander like a gypsy, and shine happiness like the sun

The birth of beer

on April 14, 2013

Or venus.  For venus would be a close second for my beer sommelier or beer cicerone friends.  I’ve been in a crafting, gardening, shopping, animal loving frenzy and too preoccupied to blog, but these soon to be Seymours (cue Rocky Horror) seemed worth mention.  They start out slowly in late March and quickly gain speed.  By early summer they’re growing 8-12 ” per day.  I have them on an eastern facing wall with shaded roots and good air circulation.  The soil doesn’t have to be particularly rich, and average moisture works best for these.  I’m not certain of the variety, so I don’t want to misrepresent.  If anyone wants to throw out an opinion however, it’s greatly welcome.  I’ve been taking root cuttings over the past week or so, and find that the ziplock bag filled with moist peat moss works great. Cheers! Slainte! Salut!ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage


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