Shannon’s Farms – April 2014 Post Full Moon Farm Report

Wow!  Did you see it?!  The full lunar eclipse and the red blood moon on the same night as Passover – when will that happen again?  Anyway, Spring is here!  This report comes just as the post-Easter new moon happens at 0114, 29 April, Tuesday morning.Full Moon




Bluebonnets at Shannon's Farms

Bluebonnets at Shannon’s Farms

A few of the many irises at Shannon's Farms

A few of the many irises at Shannon’s Farms

Wildflowers at Shannon's Farms

Wildflowers at Shannon’s Farms








Also, since my last report:

During the late winter, I’ve been working quite hard to enrich our “Wildscapes Wildlife Area” with supplemental crops/plantings indigenously favorable to a friendly Texas environment.  I’ve planted three more pecan trees, several more blackberry plants, and as many raspberry plants.

The late cold has slowed down the efforts for our personal food garden, nonetheless, our many dozens of onion plants are faring well.  The tomato plants, established early in gallon pot, were transplanted to garden spots too early resulting in being covered with old bed sheets during the unusually late freeze.

We were so pleased that so many friends came by to take pictures in our bluebonnet areas which have been, like everywhere else, really extraordinary this year.

If you please, go to Latest Pictures and see children, families, flowers and other late winter / early spring beauties.

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