Monthly Archives: June 2010

Oh, my! Father’s Day coming up!

For Mother’s Day, the Little Dude made me Chocolate Truffles.  It was a sweet project included in the book In the Kitchen with Grade Two.  I was fortunate enough to witness their hands on cooking projects. Advertisements

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Potato Leaf and Regular Leaf Tomatoes

Potato Leaf (PL) usually has fewer cuts or serrations on the leaf edge.   Sometimes there are a few large notches in the mostly smooth leaf edge. Regular Leaf (RL) is the most typical leaf type with leaf edges that are … Continue reading

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Day 1: ‘Paul Robeson’ Tomatoes Planted Sideways

We’ve had an unusually long winter weather that sort of shortened spring and delayed the growing season. Some starts developed leaves with purple veins and overall purplish tint due to cooler temperatures.  In this case, it may just be phosphorus … Continue reading

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