A tomato branch starts inside the cage, goes outside for a bit, and then returns back inside.
Most of my time lately has been spent pruning tomato suckers, staking and supporting growing plants and monitoring the gardens for pests and disease. We’ve heard that late blight has made its way to Vermont (so sad) so I’ve been o [...]
Pea vines on the Tall Expandable Pea Trellis
Our Tall Expandable Pea Trellis has eight hinged panels with 8″ grids. Simply zig-zag the panels through your row of peas and push them into the ground (add a stake on each end in windy locations). Total length 9′-3″ by 64″ high installed. Trellises fold for easy off-season [...]
Cindy and Kathy at the photo shoot.
Like many good ideas, it all began with a casual hallway conversation. Back in the office after a sunny May weekend, Cindy and I were talking about which gardening chores we’d managed to cross off our lists. We had both planted our tomatoes that weekend, but she had put up tomato ladders and I had put [...]