From sauce to salad to slicing to specialty, here are the tomatoes the Gastronomic Gardener is growing this year
On the cusp of veggie overload. What a wonderful “problem” to have!
It’s that time when the garden threatens to run away from you. Miss a cucumber or zucchini in the evening and find a monster in the morning!
A quick vegetable garden update from late May.
It’s early, but the garden is starting to grow. Take a look at some early spring progress.
Vegetable gardening is full of variables. Temperature, moisture, frost free days, insect /pests, maintenance discipline and luck all play roles. I’m recapping 2012 here mainly as a record to myself. … Read More
So this is what 3 lbs of chillies look like!
I’ve got some preserving to do!
Until next time, Eat Well & Keep Digging (and keep some milk on hand!)
It’s been too long since I’ve posted, and for that I apologize. Sometimes life gets in the way of the all important blog posting. Perspective is important I think. Anyway, … Read More
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
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