Fun Summer Project

Summer is here! Montauk has been packed, the weather gorgeous and the garden looks great. We’ve eaten spinach, carrots, onions, garlic, cucumbers, green beans, beets, zucchini and of course tomatoes. Just wanted to share my latest project – Adirondack chairs for the...

End of Summer Garden Post

School has started and summer is pretty much over. And I haven’t written anything about the garden since April! Basically, we didn’t spend nearly as much time out there this year, and it showed. Luckily for us, we had done some prep in early Spring, and were able to...

April Garden Report: Spring Came Late this Year

Unfortunately, the garden is not looking very promising so far this year.  After a long winter with record cold temperatures, we got off to a late start, and I think we may have missed the window for the early-spring vegetables. Here’s what is working this...

March Garden Report

Spring has finally emerged from our crazy-cold winter! Time for a garden report! At least 56 inches of snow and temperatures below zero were tough on me but also on the garden. Certain things that over wintered in previous years, like rosemary, are totally dead, and...

November Garden Report: Green Tomatoes

I thought October might be the last Garden report for the year, but more vegetables just keep coming. In addition to carrots and snowpeas, we had a TON of green tomatoes. We brought them in rather than let them rot outside, but what do you do with them? I’m not...

October Garden Report

                    Fall is finally here, and the leaves seem more beautiful than ever.  My garden is winding down for the year, but here is what happened in October: Fall vegetables are here!  We’ve had plenty...