Yellow squash is one of our favorite vegetables to grow and to eat. Our family is very passionate about gardening. We love growing a large variety of vegetables. We also love eating vegetables fresh and preserving the harvest. Yellow squash happens to fit right in with our wants and needs. When we started gardening learning […]
What do you do when it’s squash season and you have a craving for Mexican food? Calabacitas! This recipe was made with the unique zuchetta rampicante tromboncino from my garden, cooked on our rocket stove in the outdoor kitchen. Delicious!
We wanted to increase our pea production- here’s how we did it.
This is an example of how I set up my fencing to allow early spring peas to grow and also to support later planting of squash.
When I’m planning out my vegetable garden, I don’t want to have to go to a dozen different articles to find the info I’m looking for. What pH? How much water? How many hours of sunlight? How far away do I space them? So I assembled this quick and dirty reference guide for planting squash. […]
Squash bugs are running rampant this year, and they can quickly destroy your squash crop. Here are 10 fantastic, natural, ways to keep the pests off your produce and have a better harvest!