Archive for the ‘vegetable gardening’ Category
I save seeds for heirloom tomatoes, several herbs, beans and corn. It’s a very easy and convenient way to free yourself from having to spend a lot of money every spring when it’s time to plant the garden.
Almost three years ago, I also signed myself up for a membership for the Seeds of The Month Club. It was the only thing I bought on Black Friday that year. The idea was so fun, old-fashioned and low-tech! You get actual seed packets, mailed to your house, every month! Who doesn’t love getting things in the mail? I still get so excited when (read more on this blog’s new location…)
I have been taking photos of the tomato varieties I grew this year. Thanks to my very smart cell phone, the photos get magically transferred to my computer and are named with the time and date they were taken. To me, this is far easier than taking notes with paper and pencil, because THIS I will do and that I usually neglected.
The reviews are done as “pages” instead of “posts.” That way they will always be available from the site menu bar.
I will go back and add in things that I noticed or remembered about each variety, but for now it’s mostly just pictures on each page. If something about one of the photos interests you, then by all means leave a comment or ask a question.
Most mornings before work I walk through the garden. In the three-sisters garden it’s the same thing every day. More male flowers, no new fruit. I don’t have a clue what I did wrong, but from the entire plot right now I seem to have one spaghetti squash and one little acorn squash. The rest is just vines and pretty flowers.