Simple garden techniques described in details so anyone can easily follow through on their end while sharing ideas and pictures on how the garden is progressing through out the year.
Just wow. We're heading for a 39F, which is really low for us, but hopefully no more freezing nights. Mother Nature really has had it in for us already this year. Between the weather and the garden destruction, you just can't seem to get a break. Dare I say "It can't get any worse, it has to get better"?
i haven't had a chance to look for any damage in there yet. hopefully from here on things will get better.
follow up - no damage other than some basil but it's easy to regrow so i'll consider myself lucky this time around. And hope you're right, it has to get better.
That's good news! Have you caught anything on camera yet?
Not since we put a lock on it and told the neighbors. :)
Well, it's good there has been no more damage, but it's sad you cannot trust your neighbors.
Im glad the damage was minimal from frost. I hope u dont have any more trouble from naighbors either.
Hi Jenny! I just found your blog! It's great! I hope don't mind, here's a link to a post I did last year ... having a few of these made up and ready to go has saved my plants from late frosts on more than one occasion.http://onparadisecove.blogspot.com/2011/06/this-week-on-farm.html
Thank you Deb for the suggestion and welcome to my blog! I will be building hoophouse in the fall but I run out of time for this year.
This weather is all sorts of out of control. I'm not surprised by the frost reported since we had that crazy october snow storm. -Tony SalmeronTree Removal Charlotte