I put one 4 inch squash plant in a large plastic grow pot earlier this spring. Oh my. I'm getting nearly a squash a day or every other day now, which is a really glorious situation to find oneself in. But we're approaching the zucchini event horizon- when the plant gets mega-unwieldy very quickly and … Continue reading A Zucchini tree in the making
It's May and I don't like it. I don't like this whole "passage of time" schtick and I won't allow it. Time seems to keep moving on despite my feelings on the matter- so here's a random assortment of stuff that I've been doing in April that I've only got to posting about now. (Unfortunately … Continue reading Captain’s log: Stuff that happened in April 2021
July in San Francisco is one of the first of the really rich harvest months in our climate. Our harvest months never really end- even in winter we can have a lot of veg- but starting in June and roaring through July is when we get the really good stuff starting. Of course there's squash. … Continue reading July 2020 Harvests
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!
My dinky little romanesco that ended up in a temp pot is actually producing. Here's the little sucker. So he's now in a better place. His final pot placement is an ongoing question as I move things around, but hopefully in a big pot I won't have to worry so much. But seriously- it's like … Continue reading Right on time- Zucchini madness