At long last, the fruits of your labors arrive! Visit us often to see more posts about the garden harvests, sharing the abundance, a few favorite recipes, preserving your harvest, using herbs and other resources from the garden. And, if you have a great persimmon bread recipe for example, please share it in the blog comments! More soon!
The October garden is a wild thing–overgrown and intertwined–with the last of summer’s exuberance. The squash tendrils have crept like fog and pulled themselves into uncharted lands and left behind bizarre shapes in their path. Cooler nights are leaving little…Keep reading
A Summertime Saunter Through the Garden — butterflies, pruning winter squash, hand-pollinating corn, saving seeds
Stroll thru the summer garden with me and see some butterflies, help prune the winter squash, hand-pollinate the corn, save seeds for next year, put out some free cucumbers for neighbors, taste a ripe Asian pear, and ponder how to…Keep reading
Monarch Butterfly Sighting Today I let slip a little scream of excitement when I spotted the first monarch butterfly here in our garden–at least the first one I can remember in the two decades we’ve been at our current location.…Keep reading
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