It's that time of year where the harvests are 90% squash and herbs, but that's ok. I'm very much looking forward to going back to work soon- if only so I can offload my squash bounty on coworkers. (For many other reasons as well but also this) This was from a few days ago- I … Continue reading Summer harvests with bonus pie!
Well- Time to check on the blackberry vines I suppose- I wonder what they look like. Well. That's uh... definitely going to be enough for pie. Pie(s) maybe if I am lucky holy crap. This... This is the first year fruiting for these canes. I already have the start of new growth canes for next … Continue reading Countdown to marionberry pie
Don't worry- there's more to come. The Meyer lemon tree in the backyard does what it wants. It grows lemons year round, but like most citrus gets extra happy in winter. We've been picking them as they ripen, but a few days ago mom noticed some very nice specimens indeed in the center of the … Continue reading The last of the winter lemons
My love of alliteration is both an impediment to a good title and a help in these trying times where otherwise a title might be something rather blah. Or deeply depressing. I'm not sure the title makes a great deal of sense, but this is a post about the onion family crops in my garden … Continue reading Allium Alumni
So it's really nice when you go to clear a bed that has a bunch of stuff in it thats a little messy and you find that messy does not mean inedible. Like yes that's 50% oxalis but I see you fat little kohlrabi! Also the bok choy behind the gross one in front- edible! … Continue reading A surprise harvest