We filmed a short video today showing the progress made on the garden area using a permaculture sheet mulching technique. We also cleared the hill above the garden of the pine trees and planted peaches and blueberries that will provide breakfast ingredients in the future. The pine trees were used to make a living fence to keep out larger animals and to provide a habitat for birds. In the future we will provide more video updates.
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- Georgia wine highway week is happening now! #dahlonega #wine... fb.me/1RQCewiBH 23 hours ago
- Any of our guests or Facebook fans who prefer vegan dishes ever tried making eggplant bacon? #vegan... fb.me/1P359BUPl 3 days ago
- We love our hummingbirds at the inn and place feeders and plants that they enjoy. If you use feeders it is... fb.me/ygkawbkv 3 days ago
- Have you kayaked through the underground river near Dahlonega? It's not too far from our inn. We hear it's... fb.me/17GxbTIRE 3 days ago
- We have a "freedom lawn" at the inn where everything is allowed to grow as nature intended. We do not use... fb.me/1g1rFmquE 1 week ago
- We are saddened to hear the news of the passing of Doug Paul, owner of Three Sisters Vineyards in Dahlonega. Doug... fb.me/6B27Rn1eU 2 weeks ago
- Neat way to recycle beer bottles into sand for beaches and other uses. Bet it works on North Georgia Winery... fb.me/7g23IcOXA 3 weeks ago
- A new kind of wine glass to enjoy your North Georgia wine. fb.me/8xAR2uAJf 3 weeks ago