English cucumbers… they produced a lot.. will plant only 2 hills next year,, not 4.
I planted garlic about 2 weeks ago.. three kinds.. 1 from a neighbor, and Nootka Rose & Roja.. Last night I saw at least 25 shoots coming up.. I need to get some straw to mulch this bed.
And we’ve found the grey Italian zucchini cultivars have a better texture than the all green varieties..
Found a guy selling chanterelles off of Edgewater in Salem, on Nov 11. I bought a half pound for 3 bucks. Quite good, but rather mild. An Asian guy bought 15 pounds. For a restaurant?
Brenda has done a wonderful job on this… we’ve had chard enchiladas a couple of times (enchiladas de acelgas) and the beets are great.. We’ve made pesto and need to make more.. putting in some thai basil tonight.
Tomato Stupice (in czech – Stupicke polni rane) (in english – Stupice field early) arisened from crossing (Rheinland glory x Mikado x Solanum racemigerum) in cultivator station in community Stupice (near Prague) in 1955. Good for cooler climates.
Read more: http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/71195/#ixzz38VJ2d3yo
- Brenda in the back of the garden
between the rows; flagolet green beans in the foreground..
Making zucchini buttermilk soup..