Tag: garlic

Q&A Thursday Live – July 11th, 2019

We get a lot of questions from clients about growing garlic – so we are going to discuss that today. The number one question we are asked about growing garlic is when can I harvest my garlic?   Garlic is great to grow – easy,… Continue Reading “Q&A Thursday Live – July 11th, 2019”

Out Like a Lion

Yay! Spring is here! We made it though winter once again! Wait, what? There’s a nor’easter threatening to dump snow on the East coast tomorrow?  What’s this? There is as much snow outside my door here in central New Hampshire as any other time… Continue Reading “Out Like a Lion”

A Bittersweet Time in the Garden

I came to love my rows, my beans, though so many more than I wanted. They attached me to the earth, and so I got strength like Antaeus.~ Henry David Thoreau Just as the Farmer’s Almanac called it, this autumn has been on the… Continue Reading “A Bittersweet Time in the Garden”

Kids are back in school – time to seed the garden for fall!

A recent August harvest of potatoes, cucumbers, squash and beans It’s August and the garden is abundant with tomatoes ripening; beans dangling off their vines and peppers appearing in various shades. It’s been a summer season so far filled with cool wet days and… Continue Reading “Kids are back in school – time to seed the garden for fall!”

The End of the 2014 Season

I wrote this blog entry back in early October in a notebook. However, life got in the way of me sitting down and entering it; a resolution is to be more diligent in keeping up with writing and actually posting. Garlic Planting Season September… Continue Reading “The End of the 2014 Season”