One of the best ways to be sure to have a great garden next year is to avoid making fall gardening mistakes now! It’s hard to believe, but summer is coming to a close, and fall is right around the
It is simply the best soup we ever make. Period! And the funny thing is, we say that every single year at just about this time. Each fall, as we clear out the garden, it has become tradition to make a huge
The Fall Crop Gardening Experience. As we get set to head into August, many gardeners are caught up in the excitement of the summer harvest. Everything from tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and corn seem to be ready to pick daily, and the
Chances are – this time of year – a picture of your garden would look more like a starving artist painting than a classic masterpiece. As we head toward the end of summer – most gardens begin to show their wear. The tomatoes
I can’t believe it’s that time already – another month has flown by and it’s time for October’s version of “The Farm In Pictures”. The temperatures continue to edge down each week, and the farm is showing more and more
With the rains that came this past week – we had to hold off with work on the front entrance. Instead, we turned our attention to the inside of the barn. Since erecting the barn last year – we have
Fall. It’s like the best of times and worst of times. On one hand – the great temperatures and clear blue skies make it great to work long days without the tiring effects of the burning sun and sweltering heat.