Rutabagas that mature in the heat of summer taste less sweet than those that are planted in the summer, but then reach their peak in after the leaves have fallen. Rutabagas also sing. As seen below, they sing a song called The Shaman.
With an eye to the ten-day forecast here in Central Maine, I decided that last night was the last hard frost we’d see. So off came the warm, protective bed of needles I’d placed over beds of garlic and strawberries last November. The needles I
Also known as Maid’s Ruin, this plant has a pleasant smell with touches of citrus.