When I started the yard had very little shade. It was great for most flowers, yet I wanted a shady area to grow some shade plants, hostas and ferns, perhaps … Read More
I don’t like to admit failure but there comes a time when it is just not worth keeping up the fight. The micro-greens just didn’t do what a) I expected them … Read More
When I was in the initial stages of planning the perennial garden in 2002, one goal was to have the garden as low maintenance as possible. A choice I made to that end … Read More
About seven – eight years ago, I planted the shrub roses in the back. They were small and tender, but not much to look at. In 2003 they were still quite … Read More
After raking and shredding the leaves in the front yard, I bagged them up to take to the compost heap at the vegetable plot. We’ve started a new pile and … Read More
Here’s a little video I put together recapping the 2010 Vegetable Garden. Enjoy!
Until Next Time, Keep Digging & Eat Well!
The Gastronomic Gardener
The days are getting shorter, and the temps are nudging down despite the occasional warm and humid day.
The kitchen garden is still overflowing with the herbs, some late tomatoes and … Read More
It’s two days before the first day of autumn. The vegetable garden is winding down but still is producing. A bite in the air tells me cold weather is coming, … Read More
As the days get shorter and there is more to do, it it becoming more difficult to get over to the vegetable garden. That said, it has been a week … Read More
Gastronomic Gardener 2010-2022