anthony7812 wrote: Dann757 wrote:
I would love the joy of a garden, but have concluded that tomatoes and produce are so cheap at the end of the summer; I'll just buy them.
Hard to say this year... midwest is gettin hit hard by a nasty drought. This is my first garden, finding its not a difficult or time consuming task. Next year i doubt i will be planting 8 cucumber plants
Just wait till you harvest some of the stuff you've grown. You'll absolutely feel like it's the best you've ever had and it is! Dunno why but just tastes allot better. Nothing beats organic grown tomatoes ripe off the vine, a slice of fresh crusty bread and a drizzle of good olive oil, little goat cheese, maybe some basil. Don't get much better for me.
Cokehead you got quite a mix of eclectic stuff in your garden, looks like fun. I just pulled some carrots, an onion, garlic, a couple baby zuc's and some snap peas for a beef stir fry tonight! Gonna be good!
Love that old Tiller too! I have one called a Merry tiller similar to that and a big rear tine named A'Tilla as in the Hun