Category Archives: Cooking

Harvest Monday, October 31, 2016 + Peanuts Harvest & Boil at Locust Grove

We had snow, our first snow of the season! Although the ground was all white, that scene did not last long as the snow turned to freezing rain followed with just rain and that washed away all the ice and … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, September 5, 2016 – Containers Harvests

Happy Labor Day!!!!! Hard to believe it is September. I must start paying closer attention to the nighttime temperature now as pretty soon frost will be in the forecast. Where oh where did the year go? ∗ ∗ ∗ Containers’ … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, April 25, 2016 – Hardening Container Fig + Window Boxes Update

I am, unfortunately, one of those individuals who never learns. Overextended myself (again) reason for my absence. Container fig is leafing out, time to start hardening off. Wheeled the container from its corner to the front of the garage (and … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, March 21, 2016 – 1st Harvest + Onion Sets

Happy Spring! The walking onions in the photo below are growing in a shady area. At the moment they get a fair amount of sunlight but once the trees leaf out that area is quite shady. First harvests of the … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, November 23, 2015 – Overwintering Swiss Chard + Harvest

Decided to harvest all but the 2-3 center leaves from each of the 10 spring planted Peppermint Swiss Chard and leave the leggy plants in the ground to hopefully survive in the garden over the winter. This will most likely … Continue reading

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