You know how parents often lie to their children about not having a favorite child? I do the same thing with my seedlings. They all haveRead More
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
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.
I think it’s mostly all there, yet it seems short. What am I missing? Anne has already pointed out the lack of swiss chard in a rainbow of colors. We might have some seed remaining from last year though – I need to check on that. Same goes for spinach and radish. I now wonder if I shouldn’t order another variety of sweet pepper. I purposely left off pumpkins. We finished last year with too many squash beetles – I’m hoping that taking a year off will confuse them.