The original Miss Martha knew what she was doing…
From aphid invasions to fiesty chickens, it’s a little bit of everything right now in the garden.
It’s all fruit, flowers and happiness to this garden obsessed girl.
Just in time for the new year, I’ve had the chance to plan and start a new veggie garden utilizing some of my hard-earned wisdom.
What I lack in natural botanical insight is made up for with these garden resources and a hefty dose of wonderful Santa Barbara weather.
During the winter stone fruit trees are not blossoming and robust with juicy treasures. And while I wouldn’t trade the summer bounty for this colder season, I do love the sculptural look of the naked branches.
Thanksgiving morning I went out to the garden on the hunt for something green to add to my menu at the last minute. Turkey Day should be dubbed white meat and starch day. I was surprised to find rapini (also know as broccoli rabe or raab) sprouting like crazy. Not because rapini is out of […]
Tomatillo salsa is amazing, but so are the tomatillo plants in my flower arrangements—I love it when you get multiple uses from a simple garden vegetable.
A trick that has helped me make my way to the dinner table (and the school lunchbox) a little more gracefully and tastefully- I become my own sous chef.
Found in just about every size, these Tubtrugs by Ozbo are incredibly useful for indoor and outdoor storage.