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Harvest Monday, October 27, 2014 – Planting Garlic – German White & Duganski

For the past umpteen years I have planted multiple varieties of garlic, all properly labeled at planting time. However, between harvesting, curing and cleaning I always manage to get the varieties mixed up. Currently, except for the German White, all my other garlics are mystery garlics. … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, July 1, 2013

Happy Canada Day to all my Canadian readers!!!!! The week started out HOT and dry, luckily we had rain mid week. Did not cool things down much, but the plants were happy, especially the heat loving ones. Tomato plants shot up, … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, June 24, 2013

Not sure how it happened, but this past week, I managed to overschedule my activities and had to neglect the gardens. A truly messed up week. Not much was harvested. The green stem Chinese celery bolted. Was it due to the … Continue reading

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My 100 Posts – Garlic, Garlic Green, Garlic Scapes & Garlic Bulbil

Left, hardneck garlic, right, softneck garlic (click on photo to enlarge) Garlic, Allium sativum, is a species in the onion genus, Allium Hardneck varieties, Allium sativum var. ophioscorodon, has a stiff central stem surrounded by a single ring of cloves. … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, June 25, 2012

Chinese (garlic) chives flowers. Both the stems and the flower buds are used in cooking. Picked snow peas, total weight for the week: 1¾ pounds. Snow peas doing very well this year. Not so with sugar snap, the seeds germinated and then the … Continue reading

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