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Harvest Monday 9/20/10

The tomatoes continue to ripen, but slower now with the cooler nights. This week I harvested 14 pounds of tomatoes. I’m not canning any more, but rather am freezing them whole for use in soups and sauces this winter.I also … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 9/13/10

The tomatoes are still coming this week with over 29 pounds of slicing tomatoes. I made another batch of Annie’s Salsa this week and plant to make tomato sauce next week.I also harvested more arugula, carrots, dried beans, leeks, chard, … Continue reading

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First Winter Squash

There is a Fall chill in the air and so Friday night I had a craving for winter squash. I’d been trying to resist picking one for a week or more and instead enjoy the tomatoes we’re still getting for … Continue reading

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Winter Squash Update

I’ve decided that I planted some of my winter squash too close together. They’re running over into other beds and the paths, though they may do that even if I space them out more. In one bed I have my … Continue reading

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Flowers in the Vegetable Garden

Here’s what’s new blooming in the vegetable garden. The first zucchini blossoms.The first sunflower, a volunteer. Almost all the tomatoes are blooming. Many of the heirlooms seem to start with a funny double or triple blossom.A Scarlet Runner Bean which … Continue reading

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