The joke is that this time of year, people lock their doors to guard against friends bearing zucchini. Considering how fast these vegetables grow in the heat, it can be 48 hours between a banana and a baseball bat sized zuke. We love the garden fresh addition to our meals in the form of a […]Read more
5 Vegetable Seedlings Pop Into the Garden
Just 10 days ago, my parents visited for the first time in over a year. We had fun and we did quite a bit of gardening! My parents, Eagle and I weeded and planted three vegetables and two fruits in our garden beds; beans, squash, chard, cucumber and melon. We’ve had tons of rain alternating […]Read more
Can We Bee Friends?
The Wisconsin weather is sunny and warm, perfect for gardening. Yesterday I saw and heard many bees in our wildflower patch. Green-headed coneflower is the bees’ knees. The buzz is, “Hey, move over. This is my flower!” My favorite dual pink phlox variety; bold white hosta flowers; champion reblooming purple campanula Single blooms; pink, yellow, […]Read more