• Force Ripening Tomatoes

    December 1, 2014

    At the end of the growing season, before the first frost on Nov. 4th (where is my Global Warming?) we have lots of green tomatoes  and green peppers. Last year Fran made a Green Tomato Pie, it was good, but, it was hard to finish. What to do this year with the unripe tomatoes is […]

  • Last of the Peppers, Nov. 1st

    November 3, 2014

    Harvested the last of the Peppers and Eggplants. Still Picking Pole Beans and Plum Toms.  November 1st and no frost yet. I really wish we truly had Global Warming, I could have waited until the Peppers turned red. Will continue picking Pole Beans and Plum Toms.

  • Still Harvesting 10/23

    October 24, 2014

    Fran and I come home from a nine day vacation to Charleston & Savannah, a flash back to summer, and I head to the garden to check it out. I saw there had been a frost warning while we were away, doesn’t  look like a frost occurred tho. Still harvesting late October. A basket of […]

  • Pesticide-Free Gardening

    September 26, 2014

    Natural Ways to Fight Off Pests and Save Your Garden, Written by KELLY ROBERSON @ fix.com Many gardeners have an aversion to chemicals. These gardeners may be devoted to pesticide-free growing, want to plant (and eat) edibles, or simply like the thought of keeping flower beds naturally healthy. Whatever the reason, there are key steps you […]

  • Choosing Fall-Blooming Flowers for Your Garden

    September 18, 2014

    If you are an amateur gardener and you want a lovely garden, then you need to know that it is a good idea to plant flowers across all seasons. And fall-blooming ones are one wonderful addition to your flower beds. In this article, I intend to give you several suggestions of plants that flower from late […]

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