We had a doozy of a late winter/early spring out here, alternating between sporadic rain, gusting winds, random days of near 85 degree temperature, and amusingly, hailstones tearing chunks through leafy greens and windshields alike. The windstorms were the worst of the bunch- as they always are, and once again my way-too-big-for-his-own-pot tree collard decided … Continue reading Righting the ship. Playing the part of the ship in this metaphor, is a top heavy tree collard.
Tag: collard greens
San Francisco has been windy lately. Like- really windy. Now this is normal for the area, we just have random gust storms sometimes. I've blogged about them in the past, mostly complaining about the havoc wreaked. Sometimes these windstorms happen with the rains in winter- sometimes in the heat of summer. That's the problematic one- … Continue reading Collard down!
Heroic measures for the tree collard
So two days ago we had a nearly 80 degree day. That is bad. Honestly the damage wasn't as bad as it could have been considering I was at work, sweating near the zoo, unable to water my plants. Mom's heroic measures for the rest of the garden were enough. The tree collard got wrecked. … Continue reading Heroic measures for the tree collard
Captain’s log: February 2nd 2020
Whoo! New year new month! Same damp bullshit! Now there's some partial good news in this picture- it looks like the carrots have sprouted! Finally! However you might also notice the goddamn mother-hugging mushrooms sprouting their stupid goddamn caps all through the goddamn soil. Goddamn. In other making me swear new and inventive invective news- … Continue reading Captain’s log: February 2nd 2020
Well sometimes things get mixed up. A six pack of veggies can get misplaced by a customer who decides they want something else- and wind or misadventure can misplace a tag. Then you end up with something like this. It's... a brassica! Probably Brassica oleracea judging by the shape of it. But it's a little … Continue reading Mystery brassica