Read more about the article Wordless Wednesday: November Test Garden Growth
Mittens spends quality time patrolling the back corner of the garden - a thoroughfare for rats.

Wordless Wednesday: November Test Garden Growth

The Gardenerd Test Garden is now fully planted and life is popping up from the soil. Whether you are just getting started on your fall garden, or shutting down for winter, we offer these images as inspiration for your next garden.

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Sweet corn is ready to harvest when it leans away from the stalk. We're checking for the milk stage daily.

Wordless Wednesday – Summer Production

This year has been the most challenging gardening year for us here at Gardenerd HQ. Even with dozens of rat traps, our cat Mittens, and night vision cameras, we're still losing to rats this year. But that makes the harvest we do get all the more delicious.

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Read more about the article Wordless Wednesday: Win Some, Lose Some
Yes, it's supposed to look like that.

Wordless Wednesday: Win Some, Lose Some

I don't know about you, gardenerds, but the pest population here in Los Angeles has exploded this spring/summer. We're experiencing rats like never before (emboldened by our absence over 2020, no doubt). White flies are absolutely everywhere, and leaf hoppers are abundant.

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Read more about the article Wordless Wednesday: Late Spring Garden Excitement
Cuban oregano - a gift from a neighbor at the community garden.

Wordless Wednesday: Late Spring Garden Excitement

It's right about the time when tomato plants look like they're doing something, and we start to see fruit on squash and cucumber plants. Exciting times, gardenerds. All that work is about to pay off. Let's take a moment to enjoy the progress in our gardens, and savor the late spring garden excitement.

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