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A blog about research gardening in warm climates - specializing in Carosello and other Cucumbers.
The Carosello Tondo Galatina
2022-05-13 07:00
For years I have grown Cucumis melo (muskmelon) fruits that are grown immature as cucumbers. Some of the highest quality of these are a type of C. melo variety Adzhur that are grown in South… Read More
Fertile Garden Cucamelons
2022-05-06 07:00
A friend of mine has a garden which I refer to as “The Fertile Garden”. He graciously allows me to grow vegetables there along with what he already grows himself. I honestly owe… Read More
Planting In 10 Inch Hydroponic Baskets
2022-04-22 07:00
One of the things I greatly enjoy about gardening is that it provides endless opportunities for learning. Though the gardener may grow a variety of vegetable in the garden one year, changing… Read More
Rootbound Plant
2022-04-15 07:00
Prior to the pandemic, I took this picture of a rootbound plant that had shed its pot. Someone told me that it may be a Schefflera Arboricola, but that is about all I know about it. Enjoy! Read More
Enjoying A Couple Gardens
2022-04-08 07:00
Here are some pictures of a couple gardens I enjoyed during 2020. One was in Yountville, California and the other was my father-in-laws garden in western Colorado.The garden in Yountville wa… Read More
Repurposing Old Seed
2022-04-01 07:00
So what do I do with old seed? Do I throw it in the garbage? That would be quite a waste! I don’t do that. Instead, I throw it in buckets of water for a couple weeks and let either spr… Read More
Working With A Farmer
2022-03-25 07:00
After discovering the Striped Carosello Leccese I was very interested in having a farmer grow out this variety for me. I wanted to ensure that I could produce enough seed to distribute this… Read More
Work Garden Mantids
2022-03-18 07:00
One day, while working with the sweet potatoes at my work garden, I came across several mantids. While there were more than two, the main two that I observed were an adult male and female. T… Read More
Of Various Good Bugs At The Work Garden
2022-03-11 08:00
Part of the reason why I enjoy gardening so much is that I get to see so many beneficial insects. One that is rarely identified correctly is the Syrphid fly larvae. These look very similar t… Read More

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