Category Archives: tomatoes

Thank you!

Believe it or not, this is my 100th post.  Thank you for reading.  Thank you for helping.  I ask questions from you all on a regular basis and you are a fountain of knowledge and wisdom. So thank you. Update: … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Garden, cucumbers, Desert King Watermelon, grass, intensive gardening, tomatoes, trellis | 11 Comments

Garden Update May 13, 2014

Lots of things are happening.  Lots of things need to happen.  There is no way I’m going to get to all of it today, or tomorrow… maybe by this weekend. Here is a quick tour of what’s growing on in … Continue reading

Posted in apples, Arizona Garden, beans, desert garden, Desert King Watermelon, dirt, Jerusalem artichokes, Old Time Tennessee Melons, peppers, tomatoes, trellis, volunteers | 6 Comments

It’s Starting to Warm Up

No 100 degree days yet, but soon.  Humidity is barely holding on to the double digits.  It was 11% yesterday when I checked. A quick tour around the garden. After wind the last week my cilantro (that has gone to … Continue reading

Posted in apples, basil, beans, bugs, chamomile, charleston gray watermelon, cucumbers, Desert King Watermelon, Dripping Springs Ollas, Old Time Tennessee Melons, peppers, spring garden, tomatoes, zucchini | 6 Comments

Spring Miracles

There is something quite remarkable about spring.  It’s a time of new life, new hope, and a promise of things to come.  How appropriate that Passover and Easter are in spring. Each seed that is planted is nourished by the … Continue reading

Posted in charleston gray watermelon, Mission Community Church, Old Time Tennessee Melons, prayers, spring garden, sqash, square foot gardening, tomatillos, tomatoes | 6 Comments

I’m Scrambling

I’m not talking about eggs.  Unfortunately, because that would be good about now. The temps are going up and my spring garden is less than half planted. Yah… bad move. I’m working on it though.  Last night I got bed … Continue reading

Posted in Arizona Garden, artichoke, basil, collards, Dripping Springs Ollas, grass, Old Time Tennessee Melons, ollas, onions, peppers, square foot gardening, swiss chard, tomatoes, vertical garden | 13 Comments