Monthly Archives: August 2012

Starting the Fall Harvest…

Tonight we picked the first 4 pie pumpkins. Well, the first orange, pumpkin-like pie pumpkins, since we have picked some “Long Pie” pumpkins previous to this. These were the “Baby Pam” variety. We got 1 per vine, and since we … Continue reading

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Pie Pumpkins Looking Good

The pie pumpkins have done really well this year. I wish I’d planted more! They certainly outshone the jack-o-lantern pumpkins, about 18-0. Some of them have been orange for quite some time now, to the point where last week some … Continue reading

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Garlic Harvest A Little Underwhelming…

We dug up the garlic about a week ago. It was giving us signs that it was ready to come out. While we didn’t plant much, the resulting bulbs were a lot smaller than anticipated. Actually, when I finally pried … Continue reading

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Correction

As it turns out, those are actually Tobacco Hornworms, not Tomato. They look almost identical, but the Tomato version has red stripes on its side, not white like the ones we’ve been finding. Speaking of finding, we found 2 more … Continue reading

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