Archive for March 30th, 2008

Wildflower seedlings

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

Last fall I collected some jack-in-the-pulpit seeds out in the woods behind where I work. The directions that I found (on the internet, naturally) for propagating them said to clean the pulp from them and store in a ziplock bag with damp vermiculite in a refrigerator for a few months before planting. The cold storage […]

A little woodworking

Sunday, March 30th, 2008

The bigger woodworking project I did over the weekend was to finish plywood shelves for the baker’s rack and adjust them to fit. In addition, now that I have a light over the little workbench with the lathe and bandsaw on it, I did these: My second bandsaw project. The first was a whale cutout […]