This fall has been a gardener’s dream: warm, sunny days, soaking rains, and frost-free nights. If there was a way for Mother Nature to make up for late spring snowstorms, this is the best we could have hoped for.
When I’m in the garden day after day, it can sometimes feel like things aren’t changing all that quickly, but looking back at the garden highlights at the beginning of July, it’s clear that things are definitely changing a lot
Now that they’ve set fruit, every time I look at a photo of the Litchi Tomatoes, I find myself immediately thinking “Feed Me, Seymour” would be a fitting caption. Eventually this evolved into nicknaming the two Litchi Tomato plants “Seymour”
My little Litchi Tomatoes (technically not an actual tomato, but still a member of the nightshade family) are finally starting to bud their first true leaves! These little seedlings have been growing along, ever so slowly, for the past several