This is the time of summer when container grown tomato plants will start to go yellow and look really sad if they aren’t getting enough of the nutrients and minerals they need to be healthy and produce delicious fruit. Folks who grow the Tumbler tomato plants I sell in the spring ask me about what [. . .]
Tumbler tomatoes in containers, part 1
Every spring for 4 years now, I’ve been starting a couple hundred Tumbler tomato plants from seed. I sell most of them at the first Farmer’s Market of the season on the May long weekend and some of them stay in my garden to grow on.I grow them in hanging baskets in my glass greenhouse [. . .]
the new potatoes are ready for harvesting!
I love growing potatoes in pots. I’ve already posted once about this and here I go again. I first tried it a few years ago and for the last couple of years, I’ve experimented with many different ideas, constantly learning how to make it work better. I think potatoes are such a gratifying crop to [. . .]
potatoes in containers
I had such a lovely day working outside today. No wind, no rain, a little sun, thank goodness. When it came time to think about dinner, I decided to harvest a pot of potatoes that I planted for winter new potatoes and thought I’d share my year-round new potato growing idea here.It all started last [. . .]