Holiday Closing Schedule

Taking a break to re-charge over the new year

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0 Comments | Posted in 0 By Mary Young On 23rd December 2013

Green Compass Rolled into Town

Green Compass mobile green house pays Clarington Forge a visit. 

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0 Comments | Posted in 0 1 By Mary Young On 14th November 2013

Contest WINNERS!

Thanks to all who sent in their photos. I was both amazed and inspired at the entries we received, and found choosing a winner to be very difficult indeed. So I chose two winners! Connie M. spent 10 years transforming a grassy yard into a garden full of whimsy. Susan S. of The Lord's Acre in Fairview N.C. showed us that a small plot of land could help many in their community. 

Connie's garden of whimsy

 

Susan from Lord's Acre



0 Comments | Posted in 0 By Robert Larson On 1st October 2013

Summer Garden Photo Contest

Over the summer my husband has taken our small front garden, and turned it into what I've termed "Tomato-Topia". We are now up to 100 pounds of tomatoes, and still going storng. Below you will find before and after photos of our Tomato Place. 

We here, at Clarington, would love to see what you have been growing this summer in your gardens. Send us your photos and stories, and our favorite will receive a $50.00 Clarington credit , and be featured on our blog. 

Let's see what you have done!  Send your entries to info@claringtonforge.com.

 Deadline September 13th 2013

Mary 

Tomato-Topia at the start of the season . . .

Tomatoe-Topia at the start of the season

Harvest time for our Tomato-Topia . . . 

Ready for harvest

Helpers who will enjoy the harvest with us . . .

Harvest helpers

My helpers are using one of our English trugs to gather the harvest. We have a limited supply of trugs on hand, which you can see here.

0 Comments | Posted in 0 By Robert Larson On 28th August 2013

Rabbiting Spade Makes Transplanting Easy

Rabbiting Spade Makes Transplanting Easy: Moving plants from one place to another is risky. There’s a 50/50 chance of survival with many plants, and as we dive into the process, we go in knowing it may not end well. It helps to know that every job has the perfect tool, and with my trusty new Rabbiting Spade from Clarington Forge, I felt confident to face those dicey transplanting odds.

Guest Post by Christy Wilhelmi

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0 Comments | Posted in 0 By Emma Kelly On 13th May 2013