I am planting cotton as my new seed growing endeavor for 2013. I remember a cotton boll in a glass jar back in my childhood OhioRead More
I guess I could call these resolutions, but intentions sounds closer to how I feel about most garden projects. Plant veggies with a purpose – IRead More
The garlic harvest arrived extra early this year – end of June. With the extra heat, everything is moving quickly. And with the lack of rainRead More
Rhus aromatica ‘Gro-low”. Especially impressive since I just planted it last fall. Like the wild sumac, this variety has reddish orange fall color to dieRead More
We’ve munched our way through several salads. But towards the end, as the leaves become more bitter, we noticed an increase in worm activities. That was fine until we discovered these worms had made their way into the row-covered broccoli. That’s not good.
After a shorter than usual Winter’s nap, we too are emerging from our afghans and quilts. Our long-neglected muscles are only matched by our all-too-neglected blog.