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Asparagus on Marty’s Acre

Your Acre can be any size, with any number or type of plants in it. From an apartment deck or patio, a space devoted to a couple of tomato or pepper plants in your landscape beds, a vacant city lot, or a garden comprised of a couple of acres or more. All that matters is […]

Marty’s Fall Gamble

Gamble gardens are typically planted in late winter/early spring. I think of gamble gardens as planting vegetables earlier than recommended, if there is a window of opportunity with unseasonably warmer temperatures, and you are able to protect the newly planted vegetables from frost. Looking back to a few weeks ago, my late summer planting of […]

This is ‘Uncle Dan’s’ Acre

He came to Wichita from Haviland, KS in 1900. As a devout Quaker, Uncle Dan Binford graduated from Friends University in 1907 and was awarded the Distinguished Alumni award in 1956. He went on to retire from KG&E in 1946 as chief clerk of customers accounting. Our Maker had given great Uncle Dan an ‘Acre’ […]