Category Archives: compost

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

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Sunchokes and Volunteers

I had read all of the horror stories of the sunchoke, otherwise known as the Jerusalem artichoke.  So I followed some advice and decided to start them in containers.  I figured this would be handy as well considering how tall … Continue reading

Posted in compost, Desert King Watermelon, Jerusalem artichokes, volunteers | 19 Comments