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into pots

Posted on April 24th, 2012 by mountain girl  |  6 Comments »

Our seedling tomato plants were bulging at the seams of their tiny plugs, so Zia and I repotted them into four tubs. I’m not sure how long the tubs will hold them, but at least they have room to spread out, and we can still drag them in and out of doors. I’ve heard our […]

summer harvest

Posted on September 13th, 2011 by mountain girl  |  2 Comments »

Our community garden is heavy with ripe produce. It’s so fun to see what everyone has planted in their plots. This poor pumpkin somehow got stuck! It should be fun trying to get it out. The gardeners may have to make their pie right in the garden. 🙂 Although the garden is brimming with lush […]

{raw recipe} lettuce soup

Posted on July 25th, 2011 by mountain girl  |  1 Comment »

Ladies and gentlemen, the soup of the day! Lettuce. Lettuce? Lettuce. Hmn. But lettuce first get back to where it all started… Our community garden is exploding with life and heavy with ripe veggies. When you walk through it, you feel like you have green-tinted glasses on. Now that we’re back home from NM, I went […]

morning at the garden

Posted on July 2nd, 2011 by mountain girl  |  3 Comments »

I happened on 2 big elk this morning. They were happily chowing down on the grass outside the garden fence. Everything is green and growing! Our plot is in the foreground. All my happy babies. Green tomatoes Beets and radishes Lettuce, curly kale, and spinach Russian kale. I love the purple stalks! The garden is […]


Posted on June 12th, 2011 by mountain girl  |  Comments Off on growing

The garden is slowly but surely growing. Our little plot (second from top) is comical with its gigantic tomato cages protecting tiny tomato plants. It’s hard to see, but Zia has one pink petunia blooming there. We have a bumper crop of spinach, and the red romaine, green leaf lettuces, collards and kale are growing […]

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