Monthly Archive:July, 2013

It Keeps Coming

The harvests continue at a crazy pace.

The tomatoes, cukes and squash are going strong.  The okra and the eggplant are warming up and the tomatillo plant has decided to show off (see the basket in the back?  That’s from one plant).


In hilarious news, Thessoloniki decided to produce a little tomato-man.


In honor of his Greek roots, I’m calling him Dimitri.


Summer Bounty

The stars aligned, and the hard work in the garden met with great luck from the weather gods.  This is how legends are made. In all areas of life, and yes, particularly for my clients’ businesses — you have to be good, diligent, and prepared, but you *also* have to be lucky.

And I am this year.  So, without further adieu, I present the earliest, largest harvest I’ve ever collected (from about 75% less plants than last year):