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Week: 24 & 25 Tomato Madness

When it rains it pours! And it’s raining tomatoes in my garden. The first that began to ripen were the cherry tomatoes.   Then came the grafted San Marzano and regular Roma tomatoes. The grafted San Marzano tomatoes were said to be … Continue reading

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Week 22: Summer Vegetable Overload

I’m totally overloaded with tomatoes! 3 Cherry Tomato plants plus 3 Roma Tomato plants = Hard to keep up with. Unfortunately some of the tomatoes are even rotting on the vine or getting eaten by little pests like birds and … Continue reading

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Week 21: Attack of the Killer Squash Bugs & Tomatoes

Over the last few posts, I’ve been trying to figure out why my zucchini has been so sick. Turns out I have squash bugs also known as Coreidae. This insect prefers to eat squashes like my zucchini and pumpkins. They live … Continue reading

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Week 20: Making Tomato goodies!

We’re in week 20 of my veggie garden and right now it’s all about using up these tomatoes! Cherry and Roma tomatoes are ripening daily in the garden. This is just from one day’s harvest: I’ve been giving some away … Continue reading

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Week 5: Good Weather, Bad Weather

Anyone who lives in Central Pennsylvania will tell you, the weather has been all over the place! We’ve experienced high temps in the mid 80s and snow warnings all within the last week. This makes it hard for any gardener … Continue reading

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Week 3: Sprouting On Up

The window dwelling seedlings have been doing very well. I water them about every 2 days and since they grow toward the sun (see how they’re leaning?) I rotate them every so often as well. Want to get up close and personal? … Continue reading

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