I’ve made like a squirrel this year, saving a bunch of seeds. Since the
zinnia seeds, I’ve saved…
Courtesy of Nate’s balcony garden
Courtesy of Dad’s back porch garden
Courtesy of the Stanford grounds
I’m also patiently waiting for my own cilantro and beans to be ready to dry…
And don’t forget about the squash! I will definitely be saving some of those seeds when I finally cut into it.
The cilantro is basically harvestable now, which I’m happy about, but it’s rather floppy and leggy.
This photo was taken at the beginning of August. They’ve grown a bit more, but are still pretty floppy and spindly. Continue reading “Leggy Cilantro”
The zucchini and squash that I planted almost a week ago are still alive. And growing! It’s a miracle!
Five days later Continue reading “More Plant Updates: Palo Alto Veggies and Herbs #3”
Last Friday, I had the day off of work due to July 4th, and took the opportunity to plant a few seeds. I had brought a handful of seed packets down with me — most of which were two to three years old. Couldn’t hurt to put them in dirt, though, right?
Continue reading “Planting Seeds for the New Garden”