Now that we back to overcast and cooler “sweater” weather, we are still having to deal with the aftermath of the triple digits temps ( hot weather smashes 90 + year records.) that caused much of the cooler weather greens bolt.
The dramatic spike in temps really played havoc with the greens knocking our rotation planting for a loop — meaning a bit of extra work on our parts to clean up after the heatwave. Hopefully we can get another sowing in before summer but with the way the weather’s been acting no one can be certain of anything these days.
By the end of this week I should have the rental agreement signed from the school for our next Film & Food night schedule for Sunday May 24. We are excited to screen another new documentary regarding water woes.
Stay tuned for details!
Self watering pot using an clay olla
Making use of every available growing space – even the driveway!
Clusters of blueberries. We patiently wait for them to turn BLUE!
Edible landscaping in the front yard is a mixture of herbs and vegetables. Can you spot two lady bugs in the photo.