My little farm at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mts, came with 38 fruit trees. I do not spray the trees... (all the neurotoxins are so unhealthy in their manufacture, application, and our exposure from consumption...). My fruit is delicious, tho, I share a lot with the deer, bears, birds, insects and it looks funny. The down side is that I have not sold sufficient "product" from the 0.8 ac of orchard to justify my agricultural land status. HUMMM.
- I stand by my no-spray commitment
- I really believe in the importance in maintaining our small farms.
- I believe in species diversity on the land
- I believe in the importance of maintaining our rural landscape
So, I have been thinking about scaling up my own personal use of bark dyes & create a useful natural product - and saving the orchard's Ag Status! I am excited to tell you that I am now offering Fruit Tree Natural Bark Dyes for sale:
- Apple ALSO: Osage, White Plum & Mulberry
Here is a short video of this year's harvest.... I think you will love my orchard, too!