It’s nice to have too many tomatoes. This doesn’t always happen, so when it does I start looking for potentially delicious ways to consume them.
The seedlings of 2011 have begun to emerge. It’s an exciting time even though it adds to the general responsibilities. Seedlings are coddled. They cannot be let to dry out, but shouldn’t be dripping wet either. Peaches must be kept at a safe distance; The light shelves all have plywood doors attached.
(Click the image for a larger view) This heirloom tomato variety, Kellogg’s Breakfast (aka KB), is wonderful. Great flavor, nice size, awesome color, and seems toRead More
I knew I would be spending a little time today picking beans. I actually spent quite a bit of time searching for the stealthy little legumes.Read More
The new tomato beds have been planted. The hog panel construction is an idea I saw on a television gardening show many years ago. Probably PBS.Read More
Most gardening books and seed packets will suggest planting for the least amount of re-planting. It makes a lot of sense. It saves soil, time andRead More