Our Garden – June 19 2019 – Zucchini and Watermelon

I wonder how many watermelon I will get from my 25 cent investment?

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Our Garden – June 12 2019 – A Bountiful Harvest is Coming

For this week's update I decided that rather than showing you the full garden tour (see last tour here) I will show you some big highlights. Our sugar baby watermelon plant has flowers! Grow watermelons grow! A salad pot of Arugula, lettuce, and chives is sprouting what will be "cut and come again" salad! Since … Continue reading Our Garden – June 12 2019 – A Bountiful Harvest is Coming

Harvesting Potatoes, Finding “Volunteer Veggies”, Thinning, and Transplanting (5.13.19)

It's May 13, 2019 in Zone 8b and I decided my potato vine was dead enough for me to check and see what's under the soil. The think about root vegetables, especially potatoes, is that you never know what's beneath the soil. Side note: it's good to have a daily time to walk the garden … Continue reading Harvesting Potatoes, Finding “Volunteer Veggies”, Thinning, and Transplanting (5.13.19)

The Season is Changing, So I got to Work Harvesting and Storing

Where is November going? This season is changing way too quickly for me! The other day I trimmed up some stressed summer plants to see if they could give me just a little BIT more before the colder temps set in and now it's going to be Thanksgiving Week and Jack Frost is nipping away. … Continue reading The Season is Changing, So I got to Work Harvesting and Storing

Using a Blacklight to Find “Hard to Spot” Pests in the Garden

Previously in this blog, and across social media, I shared terrifying photos. Hornworm poop Hornworm EggsWhile their presence seems to be dwindling, I still see some signs that they are around like bare stems here and there. So after some other gardeners shared with me how much easier it is to spot hornworms at night … Continue reading Using a Blacklight to Find “Hard to Spot” Pests in the Garden