As far as first days of fall go, today was a pretty great day in the garden. A beautiful morning (and a well-timed baby nap) provided the opportunity to capture a some long-overdue garden updates and harvest tomatoes before a soaking
One of the most challenging things about garden blogging this time of year is the light–or more accurately, the lack thereof. Most days I leave for work hours before the sun comes up, and return home late in the afternoon with just a
I know I say it every year, but this year it seems more tangible than ever: the summer is just flying by! I feel like I have so much to catch up on, and so little time to do it
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.
From tomato woes to watermelon heists, these past few weeks have had some trying moments, so it is quite fitting that in the same period of time, the sunflowers have started to bloom. Just seeing these bright and cheery flowers
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
As an encore to last summer’s zucchini time lapse, I captured the humble beginnings of what I hope will be some pretty magnificent sunflowers. There were so many different photos in this set, I decided to try something new with the