Here we are with one day left in 2018. It's been one of those years & I'll be glad when it's firmly in my rear view mirror.
In my last post I wrote about what went wrong and what went right this past gardening season. Regardless of the proportion of each (because no year is all good or all bad) one thing is for sure – the harvest will be impacted.
This year, the losers outweighed the winners by a fair bit…but there were still a lot of winners (hurray!). The great thing about having a variety of veg in the garden is that a growing season where absolutely everything does badly is a rarity. Usually, conditions that are not favourable for one type of veg (i.e. peppers and melons will sulk in cool temperatures) are relished by others (lettuce & broccoli thrive when summer temperatures are on the lower end).
|Eggplant was one veg that appreciated our hot weather this summer|
Pictured above: Farmers Long