Saturday, November 26, 2011

a picture for you

I really need to get back to blogging!


U+Me=Us said...

cabbage and radishes?

Michael said...

you got it! fermenting... so, eventually, sauerkraut and pickled radishes... why not?

Anabel said...

Yes, sir!

Diatomaceous Earth said...

Great idea! I've enjoyed looking through your blog. It's always nice to find a fellow gardener. We're in the Tampa are and our garden is coming along great this year!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I live in Mass. I went to southern china this past summer and, loving fruit, had a lot of crazy, sweet, curious treats! And, loving plants, saved their seeds. But they're too tropical for me to plant up here, so, being involved with PC up here too, decided to just randomly google search for some folks in the sunny american south, who might like some tropical fruit tree seeds from southern china!

Specifically, I have mostly huang pi guo (yellow skinned fruit), named wampee here.
check it out
THEY ARE AMAZING! like kumkuats.. but sweeter and barely sour. plus, a curious aromatic, clove like, sort of flavor.
ALSO... some sort of cherimoya thing, like a pawpaw combniend with a pomegranate.

Anyway, if you'd like to give them a shot, just let me know where I can mail them to you!
Also, how many do you think you could handle / distribute? I have probably a couple hundred. I am looking for other folks down there.

Keep up the good work!
email me at leapfrogdean@gmail

Leah Brooks said...

Well...even though you haven't blogged lately, I blogged about YOU!!

Thanks for all the great info on your site!

Bev said...

I'm gardening in Orange City and have followed you for about two-three years. Really disappointed to see you have stopped sharing what is happening there. The freeze got parts of my garden but carrots, turnips,cabbage,cauliflower,bok choi,Italian spinach,Napa cabbage and what was left of the broccoli did fine. The tomatoes were fine the first night of the freeze and I covered them. So full of green fat fruit but some of them froze even covered the second night of the freeze. What to do with the frozen fruit?
Do come back Fellow gardener.
What is happening with you and the garden/ Are you traveling? Come on talk to us.Please.

Anonymous said...

I have also been following your blog from Orlando. I have learned a lot from your posts and got many tips. I hope you will continue this great site!


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