I turned this:
The maters, peppers, basil, and parsley came from the garden. The meat, carrots, onion, and garlic came from the store....
I can now, mainly due to the fact we don't get our small dose of frost in July any more.......the vine was planted last year and survived the winter just fine. I left some tubers in the ground and harvested a couple of those. The vine's starting to sprout again too, the soil must be warming up. Yep it's spring next week and I'm busy prepping my beds for the coming warm weatherapplestar wrote:??? Can you grow sweet potatoes year-round there? Isn't it late winter/almost spring for you?
Calamondins are so good in fresh cranberry sauce. 2 for a 12 oz bag, finely cut up skin and all, gives the sauce such a nice tangerine like hint of flavor.imafan26 wrote:Calamondin (calamoncy in Ilocano). Actually, I didn't eat it. I harvested a bag for our community garden potluck as door prizes. I did use some green onions in the fried rice I made. I am ashamed to say I bought tomatoes for the first time in a long long time. I only had a couple of black cherry tomatoes in the garden for the salad.