Scotia on August 22nd, 2011

It is really amazing what a 32 square foot garden can produce. This year our garden went wild in greens. We planted several leafy lettuces, chard, collards, kale, two kinds of spinach, arugula, bib lettuce, romaine lettuce and radishes. The more traditional stuff is 3 kinds of yellow squash, zucchini, golden beets, carrots, lemon and […]

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Scotia on November 29th, 2010

We had to pull our zucchini, carrots, peppers, chard, spinach, arugula, and mesclun before the big freeze and snow the weekend before T-Day, so we used as much for the big day as possible. This Carnivale squash was a beauty! We’ll try to grow it next year in a bigger place. It was really “squashy” […]

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Well, I thought I’d start out with a shot of our raised bed SQFT garden. It’s been great this year. We have green ice lettuce, arugula, mesculin, spinach, and chard in the first box, four bell peppers (green, lemon (got one so far and 3 babies are growing), orange and tiny red), broccoli rabe, italian […]

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Scotia on November 8th, 2009

I had a most prolific pear tomato plant that really produced in September/October, but it got too cool to ripen the toms. I pulled all the tomatoes off last week and let them sit to maybe ripen a bit before I turned them into jam. Boy, did they turn out wonderful! See the red pepper […]

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Scotia on October 14th, 2009

It has turned cold and rainy here in the great PNW and last night I decided to make a favorite at our house, meatloaf stuffed peppers. We got some beautiful large bell peppers at the Oly Farmer’s Market last weekend and had a lovely dinner with our own homegrown salad of spicy arugula, chard and […]

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