Monday, December 15, 2008
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
Top row: the end of the corn stalks being used as mulch to conserve water. Beans and Peas will be grown there. Bottom row, the amazing zucchini plant that is still producing, with baby yam leaves peeking at the zuke's roots. Shyungiku(edible crysanthemum) on right.
Late cucumbers, melon and pumpkins already succumbing to powery mildew
Jerusalem Sunflower seeds drying. Some will be toasted to eat. The biggest will be saved for seed stock
Friday, September 26, 2008
more tomatoes, okra and a miniscule broccoli
dirty red potatoes, the rug is outside, don't worry
1st persimmon, some blackberries, okras, oranges and a tiny strawberry
Zucchini, greenbeans, tomatoes, orange and 1 blackberry
Oranges, peppers, tomatoes, greenbeans, okra, blackberries, 1 strawberry and 1 snowpea
persimmons(notice they are rather green, we have to beat the squirrels to them),tomatoes, greenbeans, mini pumpkin(the mystery squash) & 1 blackberry
more nappa cabbages...kimchee here I come!
Thursday, September 18, 2008
Grape Jam on homemade Gluten free bread. The jam was made from grapes I crop-swapped for my oranges. Caleb loves the toast with the grape jam!