Tag Archives: Tomatillo

I messed up on the tomatillos

The beauty about gardening is that every season is a learning experience.  I’ve been trying to keep better notes than I have in the past so that my gardening knowledge can grow more intentionally. In my current log (which is … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for the Fall/Winter Garden

One of the benefits to gardening in Arizona is that there is literally a 12 month growing season.  Some people would claim 10, because they don’t want to garden during July and August when production drops off and it’s just … Continue reading

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What is that jungle hiding?

The problem that I have found with intensive gardening techniques is that eventually everything grows into one big tangled mass of vegetable matter.  For instance, my cucumbers should have had a trellis (lesson learned for next spring), and so they … Continue reading

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