If you haven’t already had hard frost in your part of the north, it’s coming soon. Maybe tonight! So, it’s time to take a good long look at your beloved, bounteous garden and decide what to do with what’s left out there. And that includes what’s left behind after the crop is picked and brought in!
Will wonders never cease? Apparently, not yet. If you’ve been wanting that just-got-back-from-the-islands look but are afraid of the damage the sun might do to your skin, there is an alternative you can try. So says a new report from researchers at the University of Nottingham, in England…
I know, I know… You planted one little Zucchini sprout and it took over your garden, giving you back dozens and dozens of cute little Courgettes. But you ran out of ideas on how to use them fresh before the end of the first week they started coming in. We all do! Now, try preserving them to enjoy all winter long!
We kicked off our Fall Harvest Tips series recently with my take on how to deal with the inevitable Tomato Tsunami. Today, we’ll tackle another Harvest Time Embarrassment of Riches: What to do with all the lovely fresh herbs still growing like weeds in the far back corner of your bounteous garden!