Gardening

Around the Garden Saturday, April 14, 2018

Around the Garden Saturday, April 14, 2018

Today the hyacinth started to show some color. Quince buds.

Around the Garden: March 25, 2018

Around the Garden: March 25, 2018

Repotted Mojito Mint from The Berry Farm Forsythia bud New bed of tulips planted in the fall. Myrtle Holly berries Wild onion, I think Deer scat

Tomatoes: How to Oven Roast

Tomatoes: How to Oven Roast

An exceptional addition to the antipasto platter The difference between home-grown and store bought tomatoes is significant. The color is richer, the texture more complicated, and the flavor fuller and sweeter. Oven-roasting concentrates these flavors. Lightly spray/oil a rimmed baking sheet. Preheat the oven to […]

Parsley: How To Freeze

Parsley: How To Freeze

Have fresh parsley throughout winter Parsley is one of the easiest herbs to grow in a home garden. If you’re growing it, chances are you have more than you need. Parsley freezes exceptionally well. It’s easy to reuse straight from the freezer and its taste and […]

Too Many Cherry Tomatoes?

Too Many Cherry Tomatoes?

How to freeze grape or cherry tomatoes Cherry tomatoes and grape tomatoes are wildly prolific. What can one do with so many tiny tomatoes? Freezing them is one option. It’s really easy to do and come winter you’ll have a brightly colored and flavorful reminder of your summer […]


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