Monthly Archives: September 2015
While I’m sure there have been zucchinis even larger than this one, I’ve never seen one this big. When I was a child, my parents would send in photos like this of the things we grew to the Georgia Farmers … Continue reading
This is an exciting time of the year at the UGArden. Blistering temperatures are giving way to cooler afternoons and refreshing breezes, and the landscape is shifting as the growing seasons transition from summer to fall. While we’re still enjoying … Continue reading
Tuesday we (“we” being me, Jay, Berea, and Ashley) weeded the pumpkin patch of all the spiny amaranth that’d been growing there since…. ???? Probably the beginning of the summer. Some of the amaranth were basically small trees. At one point … Continue reading
Monday we spent more time than we anticipated harvesting! We pulled a lot of eggplants, beans, and peppers, mostly, while I was there. I harvested eggplant for a good chunk of time which made me quite happy that I had … Continue reading
We are reviving this blog, started 5 years ago, and closing down a similar blog over on a Google blog site.