Quick Tips 08.03.2020

My husband always asks questions as we meander through the garden and I share little tips and tricks with him. He suggested that I start sharing some “Quick Tips” with all of you, so I am going to attempt to share short and sweet posts containing a single useful tidbit of information. Today it’s about tomatoes. Many varieties of tomatoes are prone to splitting when … Continue reading Quick Tips 08.03.2020

Food for Thought: Onions

I’ve decided to start a “Food for Thought” series. I often times have thoughts while gardening that aren’t necessarily informative, no intended growing instructions or pest control tips; just thoughts. I had previously decided that they were not post worthy but today I stood in my plot chastising myself about something and thought…maybe I should share this. The self-lecturing was based on my perception of … Continue reading Food for Thought: Onions

Whats Growing – Spring 2020

It has been a long cold spring here in the Mid-Atlantic, both literally and metaphorically (thanks to SARS-CoV-2), and my garden is off to a slow start. That being said, I thought now may be a good time to check in and tell you what I have growing, how long they’ve been growing and what kind of progress they’ve made. Let’s start with with warm … Continue reading Whats Growing – Spring 2020