Eat Veggies, save the planet


Gardening in 100 degree heat Austin 2009
August 25, 2009, 12:12 pm
Filed under: gardening

This August every day is over 100 degrees. But my garden is still green thanks to my lima beans, sweet potatoes, Early Bulam squash, Italian zuchinni and peppers.

I am starting to think about cool weather crops like cauliflower and brussels sprouts. We are planting seeds in the air-conditioned trailor because the germination rate for cool weather crops is zero over 95 degrees.

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