This past weekend, it was time for the garlic harvest in our garden. If there is one single crop that we look forward to harvesting more than almost any other, it is our fall-planted, hardneck garlic. There are two main
At a time when most of us here in the Midwest are in the process of harvesting the last of our summer vegetables – its nice to know that we can still satisfy our planting urges with a fall planting
It may seem crazy to start planting a new set of crops at a time when the garden is producing a ton of summer vegetables – but among the heavy harvest of peppers, tomatoes and onions this past week – in
Garlic is a staple in our household. Whether added to a pasta dish, salsa or stir fry – it seems like a clove or two finds its way into our meals almost daily. In addition, the consumption of garlic has
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.