Have you been to market and seen some of the tomatoes? The farmers market, organic farm stands, co-ops, even a select few of the mainstream grocery stores are sporting incredible varieties this season. Inspired by the tomatoes all around me, I put together a brilliantly colored flatbread last night. Beautiful and delicious, it’s a snap […]
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Once upon a time there lived a woman in a smallish town with a smallish yard and a not-so-smallish desire to grow pumpkins… She considered growing pumpkins on a trellis, but she’d grown small pumpkins on a trellis last season, and her larger trellis was already busy supporting the weight of hardshell gourds. Besides, her heart was […]
Tomato season is over, but my keyhole garden is still hard at work. One of the unsung bonuses of cooler fall temps is the opportunity to plant a whole new garden. I’m thrilled to have different crops growing in my self-composting raised bed. I love the brand new Halloween Mix radish (seeds courtesy of Seeds by […]
It never fails. The season changes and the weeks FLY by! We’re harvesting our gardens, adjusting to new schedules, and thinking….the holidays will be here soon. (Oh my!) I hope you’re able to take a break from your hectic schedule and enjoy autumn’s changing colors and bounty. This week, I visited my neighboring apple orchard and brought […]
Cucumber Beetles ~ Good Riddance! There are many insects I gladly welcome into my garden, but not cucumber beetles. I cringe every time I see one of their yellow bodies with black spots or black stripes. There are very few ways to rid them from my garden once they arrive. While these small and swift […]
Creating A Winning Vegetable Garden When it comes to growing vegetables I want to be a winner, don’t you? I’m harvesting this year’s crops and already thinking about next year. I wish I had time to meticulously take notes on all the new vegetables and plants I grow. That way I could plan the very best garden with the very […]
AAS Veggie Trial Gardens The season isn’t over yet, but I’m thinking about next year. What grew well this year? What would I like to try to grow next season? If you’re making a list for your garden next season, then stay tuned to More Than Oregano this week. I’ll be sharing what’s […]