Rethinking my stance of no-rhubarb.
Vera Stewart wrote:
I've eaten all the few peas that my late-planted peas gave me. They were good, but there were so few.
Vera Stewart wrote:I hope to write a wrap-up thread for the end of the gardening season in about a week, and then I'll probably spend much less time here on permies.com for the winter. You're fascinating, but I can't spend my entire life with you.
Actually, i hope not to be done in the garden for another 10-12 days! but tonight there is forecast of snow in the mountains above.
I have already ordered myself some seeds for next spring -
and have already discovered that I don't have enough space for planting them prepared. But - seeds! There are so many out there, and I want to grow them all.
So hopefully before the ground freezes I'll have time to do some bed digging for next year, because my experience this spring was that I didn't have enough time between warm-enough-for-planting and too-hot-for-digging to get as much dug out as I wanted. (I'm planting in dug out beds for water collection/retention.)
I ate an unripe spaghetti squash tonight. I never knew you could do that before, but you can.
Weeds: because mother nature refuses to be your personal bitch. But this tiny ad is willing:
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