Recluse wrote:Getting some nice onions this year. Hopefully we will have a few weeks of dry weather now so I can cure some for storage.
Those are some really nice looking unyums
Recluse wrote:silverhead wrote:My wife has been on an "Asian" food kick this year. She asked me to grow some herbs. The sweet mint and spearmint have done quite well. I found a baby tomato plant growing wild between my citrus trees in December. I put it in a small pot and it took off (should have put it in a bigger pot ). I have been eating some type of heirloom cherry tomatoes since February, I am getting tired of them even though they are as sweet as candy.
Tomatoes in December and February?
What part of the country do you live?
I`ve been out of gardening for awhile but it was always hard to get things right on things other then common tomatoes and peppers. Like green onions instead of onion ,no potatoes no lettuce no beans and a bountiful corn harvest of 5 4" ears of corn the vast foliage of a pumpkin patch with no pumpkins. It reads easy but you have to do everything right and it takes a lot of failure over years to finally get it right.Those onions are fantastic.Recluse wrote:agnostic wrote:Those are some really nice looking unyums
Thanks! This is my fourth year of successfully growing onions. It took me over a decade of failing before I figured it out!
DRP270 wrote:tractorman wrote:Okra is delicious. We slice 'em up and fry 'em.
Yah but stewed with tomatoes, bacon and spices so much better.
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