Not only am I wondering how long the scallions will last in the snow, and trying to grow scallions indoors, I planted some bulbs today. In short, I’m making triple sure to have scallions around. The bulbs were a gift, the sort of thing that gardening friends swap among each other. This baggie is holding […]
Read More There’s still time to plant bulbs
This is what happens when you let an onion get away with being an onion. It was sprouting and I let it sprout. Then I planted it in the ground, and it was growing and I let it grow. Finally, it sent up a flower shoot and I let it flower.
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Now I’m falling behind on getteng the yard cleaned up. I’ve got exactly one patch weeded, and covered with compost. You can’t see them, but the upper right corner also has 20 slivers of garlic planted from the cores of a couple heads of garlic. That one leek is the last of a batch I […]
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Something there is that does not love an onion.
Read More The Pop-up Onion
Here’s my tiny vegetable patch, which may give you some idea of how little ground I manage to keep neat.
Read More A veggie patch in May