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 […]
I planted my purple royalty beans in early April, as they don’t too much mind cold soil. This makes the pillbug and slugs happy. So I plant a few extra, to survive […]
Imagine, catching the rain. I’ve spent a year getting ready to do just that. Over the last month, my system of downpipes, pipes, siphons (to go uphill, yay, very important) and barrels […]
In retrospect, perhaps it was a little anti-social.
Cherries come from trees is a simple answer, and blossoms a bit more exact, but look: You’re looking at blossoms erupting from the intersection between last year’s wood and the wood of […]
Herbicides are drugs for the mind. Here’s what a family down the road has done to give themselves a fix, and to take care of the Earth’s pesky problem of being alive […]
So, I phoned ahead, right, and asked for a strip of land to be tilled for my baby trees. What I didn’t know was that there was a 3/4″-thick piece of rebar […]