Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Goodbye, Garden!

Goodbye, garden!  We just didn't get warm enough and you were not the most disappointing garden - last year was pretty bad.  At least I got a few more tomatoes than last year but I can't believe that even the zucchini weren't even half as productive compared to last year.

Time to dump Kassenhoff and get on the ball with starting my own tomatoes in January since their tomato plants never seem to thrive or produce.

After it's done raining, I'm pulling up the sorrel and useless feral arugula (with teeny leaves) and planting some cauliflower, broccoli, mustard, radishes, daikon and stuff... probably too late to sow seeds directly into the ground with this early rain.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I just stumbled upon your blog while searching for vegan fig tart recipes. I understand what you are experiencing in the garden as I have been experiencing the same for several years. I have been an avid gardener for years and have never experienced this. I think it is the heavy chem-trail spraying. I live in Southern California. My son and his mate are in Oakland and can't seem to grow much in their ceramic pots. Thank you for such an interesting blog. Do some research on chem-trails. Watch: "What in the World Are They Spraying." That will give you understanding about what is going on in the air affecting our gardens. Here is a link to the documentary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=te_FOsKL_5Q Thanks again for a great blog!