Do you see it? How about here? My tomato plants have their first blooms. So far my first attempt at container gardening is going well. I’ll feel even better when I see healthy green tomatoes hanging from the plants.
Did you know that milk is good for tomatoes and peppers? Tomatoes and peppers need calcium. Calcium helps prevent blossom end rot and I’ve experienced that in the past. I also knew that using egg shells and powdered milk around the plants would provide good sources of calcium. If one can use powdered milk, whyContinue reading “A New Use for Milk”
We are really seeing the fruits of our labor now with zucchini, yellow squash, peppers and tomatoes being picked on pretty much a daily basis. Picking means it’s not just time to eat, but also time to break out the canning and freezing supplies. Last weekend I canned 7 pints of Bread-n-Butter zucchini pickles. YesterdayContinue reading “Harvest Time”