August 08, 2020
We’ve been busy monitoring, harvesting, and managing heat and pests. Summer can tough on plants but it’s also one of the best seasons for harvesting.
Photography By Kelly Savoca
I took some time off here last month to re-group BUT our garden is always growing. In the past two months, we haven’t planted much. Mostly monitoring and picking fresh veggies. Our green beans have done great this year while our tomato plants have been infested with aphids. Figs, cucumbers, and squash are still coming along so I’m excited to share those soon. In the meantime, here is what happened in the garden in June & July:
4 | Lastly, I added a light layer of mulch. This bed looks so much better now and will be less maintenance next year!
January 19, 2022
It's that time of year when we start to long for warm spring days and starting seeds. Seed catalogs are one of the best resources for starting a garden.
December 13, 2021
Once the holidays pass and the new year begins, what do you want to see and smell around your home? We say fresh, fragrant flowers! Amaryllis and paperwhites are some of the easiest bulbs to grow.