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Though it was in the 70’s well into Dec, I now know that winter is officially here the for the following reasons: I have to cover my veggies at night, I have to put on a coat to drop my … Continue reading
So apparently when you go out of town for two weeks in the middle of the summer and neglect your garden you come back to this… There are squash, gourds, tomatoes, melons, and beans climbing all over the beds, lawn, and trees. … Continue reading
July is coming to a close and I finally have tomatoes! I was getting less than a handful a day (and was starting to worry that my six foot tall plants would give nothing but green), but worry no more! … Continue reading
1) Just because you don’t get a bug one year doesn’t mean you won’t get it the next. Next year I will collar my squash with burlap, spray them with insecticidal soap preventatively, and plant two staggered crops to prevent destruction … Continue reading