Monthly Archives: March 2014

Sprouts, Flowers, and Fruit

The cucumbers and Old Time Tennessee Melons have sprouted in bed 3.  I’m happy to see that almost all of them are up.  I love good germination rates.  🙂 Okay, here is one of the cucumber sprouts and one of … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Garden, cucumbers, Old Time Tennessee Melons, tomatoes | 8 Comments

So When Do I Eat This Thing?

Okay, my experienced artichoke growers.  I have a couple of questions for you.  First of all, I was VERY excited to have not only my first choke growing, but at least four more right behind it.  Wahoo! Now, when are … Continue reading

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Bed 4 Spring Turn Over

It was a productive weekend, although the social calendar cut my Bed 4 turn over short and I didn’t get it replanted.  It was all for a good cause and we got to spend some time with some great friends. … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Garden, carrots, early purple sprouting broccoli, ollas, spring garden | 6 Comments

This Weekend… Bed 4 Gets a Makeover

It’s a great time of year to be out in the garden.  Granted it was a beautiful non-winter, second fall, whatever you want to call it, but the weather right now… is perfect.  Mid 50s at night, peaking in the … Continue reading

Posted in carrots, Chickens, early purple sprouting broccoli, ollas | 9 Comments

The Last of the Peppers

The last of the peppers seedlings (if you can call them that), have been potted up into one gallon pots and put out to start the hardening off process.  I have a small half wall in my front yard that … Continue reading

Posted in compost, corn, peppers, spring garden, tomatoes | 5 Comments