Since I started blogging, I’ve not kept up with the garden journal so this post mainly serves as a record. This summer has been unusually hot and dry. We are … Read More
I love eggplant, fried, baked or smoked over an open fire, this ancient (first mentioned in Chinese texts about 544 AD) fruit is versatile and delicious. Over the years I’ve … Read More
After skipping a week because I was cleaning up and recovering from the storm I am back with this week’s harvests. They were pretty good, I was especially happy with the … Read More
It’s been a week since the neighborhood was savaged by a ferocious storm. We lost two trees which will be missed. The big limbs came down in the garden, over … Read More
As gardeners we try to manipulate nature.
We improve soils, plant seeds that are the result of years of breeding, we water when nature does not provide, we protect plants … Read More
I really like seeing what others harvest from their gardens. I keep an eye on Granny, Mark, and now Daphne.
Granny and Daphne (and a bunch of others) post on … Read More
When I came back from the road trip a two weeks ago, one of the first things I did was pull the garlic. Since then the garlic has been drying … Read More
While I would have preferred to grow these from seed, I certainly can’t complain about the size and quality of these broccoli heads! That’s the last of 4 main heads … Read More
How good it is to be home again!
The Student is 1 (3 down!) exam away from her CPA so we took a little road trip to Alabama and Tennessee to … Read More