|Yup, looks like a dog day to me!|
September brings the heat of Dog Days and Drought - September's Garden... With summer's dog days all hot and dry, we'll explore our options of dealing with drought and growing food. It's time to get our winter crops planted for a wonderful winter harvest on into 2015. We have some transplants to work with and maybe take a few home and, as always, your questions answered. Sometime truthfully.
$20 at the gate, dress to get dirty (in the garden sense)!
|Some of winter's stars, left to right,|
Fava bean, lettuces, and a cabbage
See you in the garden!
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