New gardener Reed Davis chronicles each step, misstep, and big juicy victory as he turns a small patch of soil into a bountiful vegetable garden
Wow. My basils are bushy, the beans are ripening, and tomatoes are turning red. I’m getting more produce from this modest little garden than I ever expected. Bushels of beans, enough cucumbers to pickle up a mess, and an enviable abundance (around 200 pounds-worth) of tomatoes--enough to whip up a different tomato dish every night.