Troubleshooting Tomatoes
Troubleshooting Tomatoes
Tomatoes don’t often give one any trouble, but when they do, it can be terribly discouraging. Just picture my dismay when my summer crop of Roma tomatoes, which usually gives me enough tomatoes for sauces, cooking, salads, and a healthy store of frozen relish for the winter, failed spectacularly last
Seeds of Plenty: Dans Garden Update
Seeds of Plenty: Dans Garden Update
It’s been about 9 months since my last post and quite a lot has happened in the garden since then. In my last post, I spoke about all the Tomatoes and Chillies we were planning to grow. The good news was that we got seed from all our tomato crops
Thyme Lawn: Everything You Need to Know
Thyme Lawn: Everything You Need to Know
I’m not a lover of traditional lawns. In truth, they’re a green desert that devours labour and water with equal zest. Admittedly, they do take a lot of traffic and make a nice place for kids to play. Limiting the lawn to the minimum is not only an environmentally friendly