Planning and planting the fall garden has many factors, but it really comes down to what we really eat.
It’s time to clear out the old and plant the new…
Raindrops on roses and aphids on broccoli…
Sunshine and summer weather aside, I’m gearing up for fall…
We’ve totally transitioned to autumn in the kitchen (well, autumn in our flip flops) and here’s what best at the farmers market, in the garden and at the store this month.
Even if you’re a meat-loving family, it’s always nice to have vegetarian options for family meals that still taste hearty and satisfying. So grab a big knife and hack into your first squash of the season.
Whether it’s the grocery store or garden that’s suckering you into autumn early, I’ve gathered some tips for making those pumpkins last.
Getting the garden ready for fall— should I be worried that I get an excited/tingly feeling over vegetables?
I hope you and your family have a wonderful and safe Halloween!
A quick fifteen minutes in the garden with my camera revealed the shift into the new season. Whoever said it doesn’t look like fall in California?