Strawberries

I’m currently doing video production at a Megadeth concert but have a short window to post some pics. We had Strawberries daily for nearly 6 weeks this year. It started slowly with only a few berries a day and soon grew into a nice bowl of berries each morning before winding down to a few…

Good weather means good growth.

Freezing and canning has gotten really fun and rewarding. It’s neat to be eating last season’s harvest while growing the current season. We still have a few jars of spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce, hot relish, salsa, and pickles on hand. Much of what I’ve grown this year are from seeds I collected from last season’s…

Here they come!

It’s still been pretty cold outside and I’ve not had enough free time to get into the gardens and beds. Despite the neglect, some of the flowers are taking care of themselves. Pictured here are Crocus, Tulips, and Hyacinth. In the background are Iris and Daylily. Normally the Snowdrops would be first to arrive. Not…

All About Broccoli

Organic Waltham Broccoli, a rather common variety you often see at the market. It’s an easy crop to grow, allegedly. Guess we’ll see just how easy when I get my grubby garden paws on it. Let’s learn a little bit about Broccoli in general. ALL ABOUT BROCCOLI Broccoli, like Cauliflower, is in the Cabbage family.…