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August meanderings by Sue@Lmu

Isn't this amazing? It was one of the last tomato I cut making tomato soup base to can last week. I've canned about 4 dozen jars so far of salsa, soup, and tomatoes. We have…

Panic!!! by sue@lmu

We've been planting like crazy here at LMU.  I counted 68 rows this morning of corn, beans, potatoes, peppers, okra, tomatoes, and tomatilla's.  Saying nothing of raised beds of onions, garlic, sweet potatoes, peanuts and…

Potato planting by Sue@Lmu

A week ago monday was our potato planting day.  We had a wonderful turnout 38 in all.   I think a good time was had by all too.  We put in 20 rows.  I've been having…

Catching up on all fronts by Sue@Lmu

Oh dear I discovered this morning that my email has been kicked off the Grow Appalachia system once again.  Last week I got no Grow Appalachia blogs in my box and thought whew it's a…

Garden Friends and salads by Sue@Lmu

Thursday afternoon my nephew came to visit for the weekend with his wife and 3 kids.  Before dinner we went over to the garden to close up the greenhouses and high tunnel for the night. …

Spring Growth by Sue@Lmu

The pic above and below are today in the greenhouse.  The last pic is last saturday.  It's totally amazing what growth happens in a week.  Instead of having a formal meeting monday we transplanted in…

A busy couple of weeks by Sue@Lmu

Caught Mr. Bill today straightning.   our makeshift fence to keep people from falling down our steep hill to the greenhouse.   Parsnips I planted last spring.  I thought I'd harvested them all at thanksgiving…

Beginning again Sue@Lmu

At last the snow is gone and we have begun the year of gardening. Sunday we had a working workshop to prune our blackberries and raspberries. We also dug up all the runner starts so…