March Garden Report

Spring has finally sprung! Hard to believe, but the time has come to get back in the garden, even though it’s been cold and we’ve even had a little snow this month.  I love to see the progress of the garden (and I do get comments about it) so just like...

November Garden Report

Just as I did for June, July, August, September and October, it’s time for another garden update. As you might expect, it is pretty much over for a garden in the Northeast by November.  But a few stragglers keep coming: Tomatoes.  I can’t believe we *still* have...

October Garden Report – Sandy Edition

First of all, I hope everyone reading this is safe and not too terribly affected by Hurricane Sandy.  Millions of people (and virtually every person I know) were affected by this storm, and it looks like the return to normalcy will be a long one. Toward the end of...

September Garden Report

Just as I did for June, July and August, it’s time for another garden update.  Here’s what was happening in September: Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes.  Finally some are starting to die off.  We pulled a half dozen and trimmed out the rest, but there’s...

August Garden Report

Just as I did for June and July, it’s time for another garden update.  Here’s what was happening in August: Holy tomatoes! We planted FIFTY tomato plants this year, on somewhat of a whim.  (Last year we had maybe five.) We did a few cherry tomatoes and big...
July Garden Report

July Garden Report

As I mentioned last month, I plan to post a monthly update on my beloved garden.  Here’s what was happening in July: Zucchini, zucchini and more zucchini. I think I’ve lost a few pounds on what I call “The Zucchini Diet”, where I eat an entire...