Easter Egg Radishes The Easter Bunny would love these nice green tops. I hope he didn’t visit the garden last night!
I’m so glad that I’m finally producing the shoot salad mix consistently now. A few folks on the island have told me that they’ve been looking for it in the produce cooler and have been disappointed because it’s never there. From now on, it’ll be there! It all depended on me ordering a new batch [. . .]
A basket full of super-sweet “Sungold” cherry tomatoes, from two summers ago. Earlier this month, it was tomato seed starting time in the greenhouse. All those shriveled up, almost microscopic seeds make me uneasy. Every spring at seed starting time, moments of anxious doubt creep into the picture as I plant those sad looking dried [. . .]
The red flowering currant is starting to bloom at the edge of the forest near the garden and you know what that means: Mr and Ms Rufous are back! They love this flower and every year around this time, its bloom signals the return of the rufous hummingbird. No wearing my red jacket in the [. . .]
Work on the new garden gate was completed this week and I love it! My island neighbour, Mike Nadeau did a beautiful job, don’t you think? It’s such a joy to arrive at the garden every day for work and get to look at this first thing..I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of it! [. . .]
We drove down the road to Portland last week and while we were there a big ol’ windstorm hit our neck of the woods. We came home to a few trees like this one down in our little corner of the forest. Our long driveway was completely green in some places, covered with fallen branches [. . .]