On my way out one morning I noticed the kale in our garden was was especially green and growing quite big. For the rest of the day I had it in my head that I wanted some kale chips. Normally I … Continue reading Kale chips, roasted carrots
Veronica and I have long wanted a garden and now that we own a house we have one. Building a garden box, putting in some dirt and planting seeds is pretty easy, but actually growing fruit and vegetables that can … Continue reading Gardening update: Watering is fun
When Veronica and I began planning our garden out last winter, we utilized the book “Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades.” Little did I know that we should have read a book about growing vegetables in the desert. This summer’s … Continue reading Gardening in the desert?
Well, we officially sold out at 6 p.m. on May 21, 2015. After spending three weeks waiting for our cucumbers, zucchinis and pumpkins to start growing, we said screw it and bought starter plants from our local grocery store, Harbor Greens Market. … Continue reading Gardening project part II
One of the major benefits to owning a home is the ability to have an in-ground garden. After living in apartments for the past 10 years, and growing a small assortment of vegetables in containers on various patios, decks and … Continue reading Gardening project, part I