Sunday, September 23, 2007

Summer Harvest

Gardening was a big part of our short summer here in the 'banks. We started seeds indoors in early March and Bob nursed them along until early June transplant time. We had some mixed success. The greenhouse proved to be more or less useless, or at least not helpful with tomatoes. We did well with lettuce, carrots, cabbage, winter greens, and some herbs. Everything else never quite graduated from kinderkare. The leeks still look like grasslings and the squashes produced a hundred blossoms and no fruit. I mean, who can't grow zuccini? Pretty bad. Well, we don't get much light in our garden and there's not much we can do about that.

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