Tuesday, June 13, 2017

My Garden This Week

 astilbe

 clary sage

 juliet tomatoes

 Spanish tarragon

sugar snap peas

7 comments:

  1. That's a good looking garden. Is the Spanish Tarragon perennial!

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  2. Hi Suzi, thanks, yes it is but I am not sure it will make it in your zone, I planted all my plants under ground cover cloth and then mulch with bark, it is delicious in omelets and soup and such, not as pungent as French tarragon but still really good. Even my stevia comes back up surprised since we got down to 6 F one winter. we are up on the side of a hill so I think the air circulating and not sinking in a valley also helps.

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  3. Those tomatoes are going to be so, so delicious! I'm drooling at the thought! :)

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  4. Hi Lee, thanks, I have planted Juliet, sweet 100s and yellow pear - the farmer's market don't carry those so if I have extra I can sell them. the Juliet are larger than a cherry but smaller than a roma - perfect for salads as they stay firm even when tossed.

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    1. Hi Gigi, thanks, all I have planted is really filling in now; I may even have to thin a bit. ha

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