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The Greatest Potatoes of All

It has come to my attention that I do this every year: fish around in the soil for potatoes before they are due. As I said last year, it’s the anticipation of not knowing what is going on underneath the soil. This aspect of my personality comes as no surprise. I’m the kind of person

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Experiments in Garlic Growing, Part 2

Let us turn our minds back four months (almost to the day by coincidence) to April of this year. Way back then, in a season that felt not so much unlike this one in many ways, what with the rain and the fact that I was wearing rain boots and long sleeved shirts, and it

Assorted and Sundry for 09/08/17

The Vine-Ripened Lie – What do you think? Vine-ripened versus off the vine. Fight! Wet-year Tomato Troubles – We’re all starting to get anxious about this year’s tomato crop. Handmade Berry Colander – Love these pottery colanders for straining berries by Jeanette Zeis. Show & Tell Harvest – Lots of gorgeous photos popping up in

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