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Eagle Mountain Garden – Fall 2012

Eagle Mountain Vegetable Garden Update A few photos of the beginning of “harvest” time 2012 at Eagle Mountain Garden… Cherry Tomatoes, Peppers, Lettuce and Zucchini Copyright © 2014 WoodStone Decorative Rock   All Rights Reserved World Wide Related Posts:No Related Posts

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Favorite Recipes ~ Flavorful Sliced Cucumbers and Onions

Printable Version of “Flavorful Sliced Cucumbers & Onions” Recipe What in the world can we do with all the cucumbers this year?!?! Fortunately, we have several neighbors (without gardens) to share our slicing cucumber crop with and we also plan to make pickles out of the pickling cucumbers.  So that will take care of most […]

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Birch Bark Treasures

Rainy Days and Mondays… Tuesdays…  Wednesdays… I found a few treasures while we were out Morel Mushroom hunting over Memorial Day weekend… among them some awesome Birch bark! I brought it home, unloaded it, cleaned it up and stored it in a corner of the shop. At the time, I thought it would come in […]

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Custom Cut Eagle Mountain Slate Firepit Kits

Custom Cut Slate Firepit Kits Cut From All Natural Eagle Mtn Slate from Blue Slate, Inc. Would You Like To Install An All-Natural Stone Wood Burning Firepit In Your Backyard, Landscape, Up At Your Cabin Or By The Lake? Are you looking for a firepit that looks “real” or “natural” but finding that you’re having […]

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Eagle Mountain Garden – Spring Planting

Welcome to our new Eagle Mountain Garden! This year we’ve started a new garden at Eagle Mountain.  So, to keep track, I’ve decided to keep a photo journal of our progress throughout the year. Gardening at this elevation with mountain soil is brand new to me so this may get interesting.  In fact, I’m positive […]

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WoodStone Rock Garden – Column Basalt Rock Groupings

Groupings of Columnar Basalt Rocks In The Garden Borders When we finished planting the garden, I started planting the garden borders with Sedum, Dahlia’s, grasses and Lilies (so far) around the column basalt groupings that Jesse placed in groupings in the garden border. I plan to add a few more plants and shrubs (and anything […]

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The New Slate Landscape Rock Photographer At Blue Slate, Inc.!

Our New Eagle Mountain Slate Quarry Photographer We’ve just “hired” a brand new “quarry photographer” at Blue Slate, Inc.!  He’s a bit inexperienced, kind of short in height and he tends to have a short attention span… sometimes… as well. But he’s awfully cute and he works for “bonus time” for playing WII games!  And, […]

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