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Homegrown is alright with me. It’s never too early to plan a garden, and these days, with all the info on the Internet and all the mail order catalogs there is plenty to sift through. In just a few weeks it will be time to actually plant. Now is the time to do a little […]
Home grown is greater than store bought Pick up your shovel and your hoe! Well, where the heck did winter go, and when did Spring arrive? The fever is rising. Spring is here, and that means time to prepare your soil and plan the garden. Bart and I performed our very own rite of Spring […]
It may be too early to plant, but it is never too early to plan. From Arugula to Zahara Eggplant, gardeners are marking calendars and making lists, drawing up plans, checking availability and placing orders. In short we are getting hyped for summer. Italians have a way with vegetables. There is just no doubt about […]
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes This English heirloom was new to me last year, and it’s back again for 2011. That is good news for Miss Tigerella. What an amazing plant.
Wake up! It is time to start your gardens! Each year Bart and I kick off our garden season with an early morning visit to day one of Tomatomania at Tapia Brothers Farm in Encino. Great name. Great event. For tomato gardeners the Tomatomania seedling sale is the place to be. Gardeners are […]
Another in the ongoing series – Exploring Tomatoes Green, purple orange and yellow all at the same time. Meet Ananas Noire, or as Bart calls it “the Anais Nin tomato”. WOW!! Another great find from Tomatomania. It was marked Ananas Nir, but it was not until I googled it last week that I […]