Got your Welsh onions yet? The know no seasons. They push living out of the dead Earth. Which is, accordingly, not dead. Very Celtic, that!
In the spring, a raised bed makes the soil warmer and lengthens the season. Fall Rye and Tilled-under Tomatoes Talking to the Snow In the early winter, a raised bed makes the […]
It’s time to take a break from watching the starlings … …no matter how cool they are… …. which is pretty beautiful, for sure.. … and take care of your friends. It’s […]
Not only is a Spigold big… … but it is very late, which means it ripens when it is cool and so is a far better keeper than its sister, the Jonagold. […]
So, I went away for weeks. And the marigolds I planted to keep the tomatoes safe from bugs went a little wild. OK, very wild! Look at that tomato below, making a […]
Great radish crop in the heat now. The image below shows a small part of the haul from one plant, ripening beautifully. In the spring, they put their heat in a swollen […]
Also called “Egyptian Onions”. Yes, they walk. They’re also the first onions of the year. And that year starts now, as you can see. Bonus: they have a website: Egyptian Walking Onion. […]
Next spring’s onions. Out of last year’s. This year is just a chance to pass the years along.
She is red and beautiful and produces a spinach-like crop (very tasty) all summer long. She is the queen. Ready for a second picking! Just don’t tell the garlic that. A […]
Clouds and rain are not what they seem in a climate that is able to vacuum it up into the sky as quickly as it falls! Everyone’s giving gardening a whirl these […]