Topsy-Turvy tomato planters were the fad some years back, and you can still find them on the shelves of Rite-Aid and other retailers.
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This is a branch from Kim Hedahl's tree in Silverdale, Washington. It is a cutting, basically a branch with some root on it. I put it in the ground a couple of years ago and have been patiently watering and fertilizing it.
One of my cala lilies has five blooms this year!
My bok choi and brussel sprouts are being eaten, near as I can tell, by wasps! When the damage started, I examined the plants daily, and could never find any bugs, except there is always a few wasps on the plants.
Yes, it's that time again... The zucchini harvest has started. I got these today but like Tribbles, there will be more tomorrow and exponentially more the next day...
The garden is doing so well!!! Already harvesting more than we can eat... And this is only the Cube Garden... the Crop Circle garden is producing squash like there's no tomorrow!! I love this time of year!
In this video, Jim shows a swarm that originated from one of his beehives. He shows evidence to explain why the bees swarmed and also shows the capture and re-hiving process.
Here on our property in Port Orchard, Washington, we have many hydrangea bushes, and they come in all sizes and colors - from pure white to purple to yellow, and so forth.
My 1st tomatillo harvest! I am so excited to make Pico w them tomorrow! :)