Some years back in the middle of the summer, one of my patients brought me a pie. A yellow squash … Continue reading Interchangeable summer squash & pumpkin
Until last year, We’d never had a recognizable problem with cutworms, but last year they were terrible! Actually caterpillars, these little … Continue reading How to deal with tomato cutworms without pesticides
A great article just came across my desk about how to plant a survival garden. Mostly what you’d expect if … Continue reading How to plant a survival garden
Come on! It’s not rocket science! You don’t need a license or much specialized equipment or skill to allow organic … Continue reading How to get started composting
When it comes to gardening in the deep South, particularly in Mississippi, there are a couple of names that immediately … Continue reading 9 must-read books for Mississippi gardeners
The teaser on our Facebook group yesterday was, “What do peanut butter, jalapenos, and barbecue sauce have in common?” Some … Continue reading Peanut butter, jalapenos, and barbecue sauce!
The weather and climate and seasons have been wacky this year! Everything budded and bloomed 3 weeks early this year. … Continue reading Global weirding