Monthly Archives: June 2013

Failed experiment: Peas underplanted with pole beans

Well, I bit the bullet this morning and pulled up my pea vines.  I really didn’t want to, for a couple of reasons: 1) they’re still producing (and Tall Telephone, which I’d previously thought wasn’t the most productive variety, actually … Continue reading

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What’s blooming in the greenhouse – June 3

The awesomely coconut-smelling Maxillaria tenuifolia!  We have several of these, and they have all been heavily in bloom for over a month now (they’re actually starting to go out of bloom).  The entire greenhouse smells delicious, and you can even … Continue reading

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Fennel, Leek, and Pea Pasta

I was planning on posting my harvest totals for May today, but I spilled a beer on my laptop a couple of days ago and lost all my data.  😦  The computer is sitting in a bag of rice right … Continue reading

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