Monthly Archives: August 2010

Woohoo, it’s a record Harvest Monday for me

I harvested a record (for us) 16+ lbs of produce this week, plus 9 eggs. Photos show that plenty more produce is headed our way. Continue reading

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Heading for a record harvest week!

This week is shaping up to be a record harvest from my little vegetable garden. Only 2/3 lb more and I’ll have topped 10 lbs for the week. Continue reading

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A late Harvest Monday (on Wednesday)

August is all about green beans and tomatoes. I harvested over 8 lbs of produce this week from my tiny garden, plus 11 eggs from my hens. Continue reading

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WordPress Weirdness

Wordpress went nuts and removed my blog’s sidebar widgets. Fortunately, I was able to recover them. I close today’s entry with a plea to save the Maldives. Visit the blog to see how. Continue reading

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Whining for Brandywines

Tomatoes just aren’t ripening this year. My coastal southern California garden is no exception. Even the squash aren’t producing, so I replanted them in pots. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, August 9, 2010

I harvested over 10 lbs of vegetables from our garden this week, including a 5 lb beet that placed second in the “Large Beet” category at the Orange County Fair. Continue reading

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Race against the calendar

Global weirding makes for strange weather, a real challenge for home gardeners. This summer there are NO squash being produced in my southern California garden, but I’m still trying. Continue reading

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