Thursday was a beautiful day for farming. it was still quite humid, but the cloudy skies provided us with protection from the sun; and beautiful scenery! so many green tomatoes!! can’t wait for them to start turning to a rainbow of tomatoes! purple cherokees are getting so close to sandwich time paprika peppers ripening […]
So, one of the problems that you may witness in your tomatoes is blossom end rot. This condition is usually caused by uneven watering or lack of calcium in your soil. You can see a brown and mushy spot where the blossom of the tomato flower would have been. Sadly, you will most likely have […]
Threat: The Tomato Hornworm These little guys can do quite a lot of damage in your tomato patch. They are hungry and will eat through the leaves of your plants & take large chunks out of the fruit themselves. Here are some photos of them on the plants, you can see some of the damage […]
White wonder cucumbers growing along. Soon, I will be slicing them up to soak in vinegar & slather with feta, or just eat them whole! So many tomatoes. Now, they just have to ripen, and then, purple cherokee sandwiches! striped caverns getting big! plenty o paprika peppers so many tomatoes! necessary swimming after lots, and […]
So many things blooming in the garden right now! If you ever wondered what flowers are in my mixed seed packets, this photo is a good example!
I am lucky enough to grow some of my crops out in Lakefield surrounded by a beautiful perennial garden. In late July, the lilies are in bloom & they are sooo beautiful! Little baby jalapenos & yellow pear tomatoes Tying up the tomatoes Grey, grey day, after soo many of hot sun Lovely Lilies
I look like a sweaty bridesmaid! I am happy about my first harvest from the garden; a beautiful bouquet of swiss chard.
I love my community garden. Everytime I go, I am amazed at how productive and beautiful it is. It was merely mowed grass, just a few months ago.