On 6/1/2017 6:42 AM, George Shirley wrote:
On 5/31/2017 11:22 PM, T wrote:
I am super pleased with my radishes this year. They are
now too big for the earwigs to hassle with. I didn't
look for two days and they have doubled in size! Yippee!
Something I can't kill!
1) how will I know when they can be harvested?
2) can I leave them in the ground and harvest them
at different times to keep them from spoiling?
Radishes in my area just keep getting bigger and hotter until they
start splitting until I pull them and put them in the composter. It
all depends on your climate.
George, up early to feed the [email protected]#$% dawg
Max has a demand feeder ... but every morning around 6:30 he gets me
up to make the coffee . We walk while it brews , he gets some in a bowl
with milk then he goes outside on his lead - usually after a friendly
game of tug .
This morning while we were walking I found a volunteer squash (I
think) in an unexpected spot - nowhere near the garden . It's not in the
way and I'm interested in just what it is , so I'll leave it there .