Although I’ve gardened for some years, I didn’t start planting garlic until three years ago. Living in the desert, I couldn’t grow garlic without an unseemly amount of irrigation. Living in the South, so many grand oaks grew around my home that I was restricted to shade gardening. Now that I’m in Maine and have [...]
I don’t have to tell you that we had a long winter (although a review of global climate data will tell us that such a winter was typical a generation ago). I just want to share two of the little subtle joys coming with the remarkably quick spring. Just two weeks ago we had snow [...]
Yes, that’s a Nerf football.
My August plan to chance a second batch of snap peas has borne fruit:
Even though the plants are shorter than their summertime parents, they’ve got some delicious pods.
And what does a hot pepper taste like if it’s grown when the frosts are nearly here? I’m about to find out:
Meanwhile, garlic [...]