This year, I decided to try to grow my own Luffa sponges. The Luffa gourd is in the same family as the cucumber – it generates very long vines and is easy to grow. Continue reading
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This year, I’m thinking outside the box, and learning to grow and use a few more plants that contribute to a healthy lifestyle for myself, family and friends. Continue reading
I’ve previously grown Stevia, but have not collected the seeds–before now. Continue reading
Eggplant produces well in summer heat, and adds a plethora of nutrients for a healthy diet. Continue reading
The Meyer lemon has a very thin skin and is, therefore, not suitable for long-term storage – the lemons generally will not last more than 10 days to two weeks before degrading. Continue reading
In USDA zone 8b, we enjoy a variety of bright colors in Fall, from plants that continue to grow through October and sometimes well into November. Continue reading
Some of my daylilies are repeat bloomers — they take a brief break during the heat of summer, then return in the Fall.
The variety “Faded Love” Continue reading
Last year we experienced flooding rain in the Spring and Drought like conditions in the Summer and early Fall. Our in-ground garden plants first drowned, then Continue reading