Archive for the ‘vegetables’ Category

Pop into popsicles and summer to fall vegetables

Thursday, July 18th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, community gardens, container gardens, garden structure, mulch, recipes, tomatoes, vegetables | 5 Comments »

Despite our little breather this week, the heat’s not off the griddle yet. So how about cooling down with Trisha’s yummy, healthy popsicles? This week, she mixes up easy-freezey recipes with fruit, yogurt, herbs, and even avocado (a top hit with ...

Love + Joy = Sharon Lovejoy & Dirty Birdie Fun!

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 Posted in Insects, birds, books, garden bloggers, garden projects, habitat, master gardeners, trees, vegetables | No Comments »

When it’s this hot & icky, what fun to get a rain lily surprise, even when it hasn’t rained! Boo, will it ever again? My little garden team will make it through this misery, despite the 6 p.m. weariness. ...

Sneaking into summer

Thursday, May 30th, 2013 Posted in Summer plants, Tours, butterflies, compost, grafted vegetables, native plants, passalong plants, perennials, ponds, tomatoes, water features | 8 Comments »

Now here’s a plant for your list. My native snake herb (Dyschoriste linearis) sneaks in to attract butterflies in its carefree perennial spread in part-time sun. When Michelle Pfluger from Green ‘n Growing introduced it to us last year, I raced ...

Young voices for our future

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 Posted in Seeds, Tours, urban farms, vegetables, young gardeners | 6 Comments »

This week, CTG’s blog is presented by our intern, Colleen Nelson. Not only she is over-the-top organized, energetic, creative, and fun, she knows how to find a good story and present it. I was beyond thrilled that Urban Roots resonated with ...