Monthly Archives: October 2015

tomato sauce weekend

  This picture proves that despite strange and weird weather, overall, the tomato harvest was better this year than last.  Twice as much sauce when all was said and done, and there are still tomatoes ripening on the vines!  Last … Continue reading

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planting started

Got over 30 shallot bulbs into the ground today.  And see that a couple of the asparagus plants have sent up stalks!  Lets hope they adapt to the concept that this is winter and come back in the spring!!

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fall garden work

September saw a renewal of the zucchini and tomatoes in the main garden, so while I’m waiting on what is happening there, am prepping my eastern area for more containers and planters.  First was removal of the barbed wire that … Continue reading

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