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Corn Failure A.K.A. Starting Over

Silks out at 1-foot tall. UGH!

In a small-space garden, the beds aren’t always ready when it’s time to plant new crops in the ground, so if we start seeds in flats, we close the gap between pulling winter crops and planting spring/summer crops. Every year … Continue reading

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The World’s Smallest Watermelon

Really, really baby watermelons

It’s harvest time, and while most of the harvest is abundant (corn, peppers, beans, eggplant), there were some smaller harvests–including the world’s smallest watermelon. Let’s not call it “disappointing” but rather a celebration of underwhelm. We planted baby watermelons (okay, … Continue reading

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