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Monthly Archives: May 2011
I always struggle a bit this time a year; the garden looks so full and lush-it’s almost a shame to harvest it. But that is the whole point, isn’t it? Growing food that my family can eat…? Alright, pep talk … Continue reading
When I get excited about the summer and the garden that comes with it, the first thing that comes to mind are the tomatoes and basil. I have to discipline myself to not make my move until the May long … Continue reading
Despite April having been the third worst on record and May looking just as underwhelming thus far, most things in the garden are growing slowing but steadily. The Good: Remember when these potatoes were just starting to come up from … Continue reading
Our abnormally brutal winter did a lot of damage here on the West Coast and thoroughly killed our two potted Fig trees. But there’s always a silver lining; I then had the happy task of “needing” to fill two large … Continue reading
I discovered a few years ago that nothing makes you feel like a prolific gardener like a perfectly formed, beautiful head of lettuce. And nothing can obliterate all those feelings of goodwill like coming out the next day to find … Continue reading