I started seeds with great enthusiasm back in late February, early March ... and then it was over. Here, you can see that the main garden, save one lonely artichoke plant, is totally gone. The tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers, beans, etc.
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Oh yes, I love this. I didn't plant it to mill into flour but mainly, because I was curious and I like shiny bright multi-colored things. And this corn has not disappointed! Every single cob looks different, with varying degrees of color and hue.
I have a TON of these beautiful pepperoncinis coming on. I bought them from Burpee on a whim and they are growing into beautiful three-foot-tall pepper bushes just LOADED with peppers.
Here's a photo I got when inspecting the beehive a few days ago ... my little worker gals are busy as ... well, bees - and they are doing what they do best - producing and storing honey.
Took a break from the gardens today and smoked a bunch of salmon. I usually marinate the salmon in a brine but this time, I decided to try a dry brine method and it worked perfectly!
I think it's just a natural step. I've been a gardener my whole life (thanks, Mom!). I've always seen bees buzzing around my plants and I've always known that more bees would only be a better thing - not a bad thing.
This is one of two Sungold tomatoes that I put in containers for my wife. I do this every year so she can just reach out and snag a handful of tomatoes when the urge strikes. This particular plant, though, just has an unusual growing pattern ...
I do love this time of year ... the tomatoes are coming on strong and it's becoming a daily thing! I had a rather small harvest today, but was able to can two quarts ... this will make some wonderful chili or soup or lasagna this winter ...
I had to relocate a bee hive today. That meant completely tearing it down, examining every frame and reassembling it only three feet away. It was a lot work! While in there, I dusted the bees with powered sugar.