There is really no way to describe the incredible feeling that a new gardening season brings. Just the thought of those first seeds going into the ground – or the taste of just-plucked fresh lettuce, tomatoes, and peppers from the
Way back when we were planning the garden last Winter, we made a point to make sure we would review our choices not only at the end of this growing season – but at the midway point as well. Why?
Over the years we have tried several methods of staking and tying up our tomatoes. As the tomatoes start growing by leaps and bounds, you don’t want to risk the plants becoming damaged by leaning over and touching the ground,
It’s hard to believe all the changes in just one month – but what a difference a week makes. This is the 2nd part of our Spring, Summer and Fall series called “The Farm and Garden in Pictures”. June’s pictures
Tomatoes are a big part of our garden – and over the years, through both the glory of success – and the agony of failure – we’ve learned a lot of helpful hints – Here are our top 5: 1.