By Michael Nolan
I toyed with titling this post, “How I Spent My Summer Vacation” because I realize I’ve been away for most of it, but I thought I’d go with the less obvious.
I am back in full force though and I hope to continue sharing with you all for a long time to come!
At the start of June I relocated rather abruptly to the other side of town and aside from the obvious adjustments that such a move requires I was feeling rather lost when it came to my garden.
You may remember I had planted several different heirloom tomato varieties as well as green beans, cucumbers and several other veggies that I was quite excited about. When none of them made the trek with me I was at a loss.
Not only did I feel as though I had nothing to share with my gardening blog readers (especially here at UGC), I also felt as though I had left the definition of urban gardener at my prior home since I now live in what is called a ‘garden home’ in a large development . As the weeks progressed though I started to realize that Read the rest of this entry »