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The Weekly Gardener - June 29 - Pretty pink

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ratatouille

6th July 2015 by francis rosenfeld

One of the pleasures of growing a vegetable garden is watching small yields of different vegetables ripen at the same time, each one individually not enough for a meal, but together a bowl full of fresh and nutritious. This is how peasant folk dishes were created: recipes emerged out of necessity, recipes that now grace the pages of classic cook books and test the talents of even the most accomplished chefs. Read more…

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lemon balm

29th June 2015 by francis rosenfeld

The scent of lemon balm is warm, citrusy and soothing, a fistful of good cheer on a cloudy day. This resilient herb will thrive in any garden and it is not fussy about the soil, sunlight or water, which is why some came to see it as a symbol for overcoming difficulty. Read more…

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new harvest

24th June 2015 by francis rosenfeld

I’m so excited to see the first produce getting ready for harvest, it’s almost time to start the yield table for this year. It rained a lot lately, for the benefit of squashes and cucumbers, the always thirsty plants. All the veggies are in bloom, and most of them have started bearing fruit.

It doesn’t seem to be a particularly favorable year for the eggplants, which lag behind their towering garden companions – the tomatoes, the peppers, the squashes, the beans. Read more…

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