Thursday, October 16, 2014

Interview from the heart

Today I answered questions with the lovely Colleen Story and it was a lot of fun! Stop by and take a look if you can.

And here's my harvest of the year. Not much, but the kids and I already the rest. By the way, those peppers make some really hot salsa. They're much tamer than they look!


Did your garden yield massive amounts of natural goods, or was it a total bust? Take care, and Peace.

6 comments:

  1. Yup, a pretty average year here, but my tomatoes got sick just when they were almost finished. Luckily the store cupboard is filled.

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    1. I had trouble with the tomatoes splitting as they ripened, which I guess was a result of inconsistent watering, or poor soil, or both.

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  2. It was a bountiful year in my garden. I am still picking the last of my tomatoes and putting them in paper bags to ripen or just frying them up. It will all end on Sunday when the cold air and possible frost blows our way. It was a wonderful summer and a delightful fall - so far.

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    1. Totally forgot about the paper bag trick! Glad to hear that you had a great gardening year. It'd be nice to have a greenhouse so it never has to end.

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  3. Just nipped over to Colleen Story. Love your picture. Amy, you look stunning. Today, I've spent quite a lot of time patching my poly tunnels up with Rhino tape (again). I grew some melons too - well, I planted some seeds in pots, turned them out into the soil in the tunnel when the plants were big enough and then left them to their own devices. They produced eleven melons so I was well chuffed.

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  4. Wonderful! I wish we had another few months of the growing season.

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