It's a Strange Year for Growing Vegetables


August 31, 2023

Courtesy of Mike Heath

Above: Garlic in various stages of drying before being turned into powder.

I was having a hard time believing it's already late August. But as I look at my garden it's starting to look like late September. Everything I planted outdoors took forever to start growing. I think because of the cooler than normal temperatures. Everything was transplanted on June 1st but didn't start to grow until mid-July. It all stayed about six inches tall except for the cabbage. It seemed to love the cool weather but it's even growing a little slower than I expected. The chilis, Roma tomatoes and cucumbers aren't going to make much of anything, even though my twelve inch tall cucumbe...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2023

Rendered 09/30/2023 23:53