How is Your Garden Growing This Summer?
I have a garden at home and one at the radio station. The two couldn't be more different. The one at home I am able to water regularly. The station garden requires frequent trips with a watering can.
My home garden is flourishing with tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, carrots, cucumbers and potatoes. The radio station garden started out with potatoes, broccoli, carrots, peppers and tomatoes.
Between the drought conditions and varmints, the garden at Cars 108 has suffered. The potatoes seem to be doing okay, but I am left with just a few tomato plants. Everything else either burned up in the heat or was mowed down by hungry deer.
My garden at home also has much better soil than the dusty dirt at the radio station. The loose, sandy soil seems to be a good place for potatoes. And weeds.
I hope your garden is doing well in this hot, dry summer. Watering makes the difference between having something to harvest and having to go to the store or farmer's market to get good produce.