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Wrapping Up the Season Definitively Blog Image
Wrapping Up the Season Definitively

This weekend was my last visit to our two vegetable gardens until March. This is the first time in...

Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds Blog Image
Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds

Last summer I grew some amazing heirloom tomatoes, a variety called Black Cherry. Small, round...

First Pass at Growing Turnips Blog Image
First Pass at Growing Turnips

I have this gardening rule - a loose rule, but a rule nonetheless: Each year I plant at least one...

Roxanne the Radish Blog Image
Roxanne the Radish

Late August means late-summer plantings of some crops that I can quickly turn around from seed to...

Slow-Flowering Basil Blog Image
Slow-Flowering Basil

My relationship with basil is of the love/hate variety. It’s one of my favorite herbs, don’t get me...

Cherry Tomato Indigo Sun Blog Image
Cherry Tomato Indigo Sun

It’s been a strange season for tomatoes.

How so? Well, not because I planted too many this year. I...

A New Miniature Grape Vine Blog Image
A New Miniature Grape Vine

I’m a small-space gardener. I may have grown up on a 500-acre farm with lots of elbow room, but I...

Bird Damage on Chard Leaves Blog Image
Bird Damage on Chard Leaves

 

July is the time in the vegetable patch when a gardener’s spring efforts begin to pay off. All...

A Lightweight Trellis System Blog Image
A Lightweight Trellis System

I’m all about saving space in the garden. You have to be when you garden in an urban community...

Dealing with Cabbage Worms Blog Image
Dealing with Cabbage Worms

About two months ago I had this fantastic idea: Sow seeds of bitter-tasting veggies such as kale...

TomTato - The Tomato-Potato Plant Blog Image
TomTato - The Tomato-Potato Plant

We are all fascinated by what is different. The calf with two heads, for example, or the African...

Growing Hulaberry White Strawberry Blog Image
Growing Hulaberry White Strawberry

Looking for something familiar but different in the fruit category? Well, this certainly fills the...