We have enjoyed a beautiful spring but now its the official beginning of summer and there are disappointments lying in wait for us. The heat of the sun kills pollen of our flowering vegetables–not all of them, just those that are on the edge of comfort. The squashes, okra, melons Chinese pole beans ( a […]
Archive for June, 2010
We are now at the middle of summer and most gardens are planted with summertime things but there may be a few spaces open for additional plants. A fully planted plot is an efficent use of your imputs, the water, the soil amendments and fertilizer, your work, and the fertility of the soil itself.
Summer time vegetables […]