It’s becoming a tradition for me to post pictures of some of my almost free produce that I get from my super small garden. My readers seem to appreciate it and I plan to continue to do so every year that I can. It’s incredibly important that every single one of us becomes proficient at growing at least a little bit of our own food.
WOWWWW this harvest is incredible.
I want to be as good as you when I grow up.
Thats amazing. I pray next year I can do the happy dance because I successfully planted at least a few things!!
Thanks for this reminder. I live right by highway one now, so only grow ornamentals, but have fond memories of growing Zapotec green corn, branching sunflower and pink banana squash together when we were renting with a large grass lawn over an antiquated septic system. Just covered it with cardboard and some free hose nailed in as dripper wherever I dug through the turf to plant. Didn't even need fertilizer. Onions too, not over the septic though. Those carbon tomatoes look like Cherokee Purple heritage lineage. The best. Grew bags of those in New England.