This post details the grossest thing I have had to do so far (and I’m sure it won’t be the last). The pictures don’t show anything horrible, but I do talk about maggots, so if you continue reading, consider yourself … Continue reading
One of the most disheartening moments in my garden is when I plunge my hand through the tomato leaves, closing my fingers around a juicy red tomato… … and pull it back to find the underside taken over by a … Continue reading
Ew, what are these tiny little grenades? Deer droppings? Too small. Rabbit? Still too small. Let’s consult the internet. Ugh… This is caterpillar poop. Left behind by either the tomato hornworm or the tobacco hornworm, both big fat types of … Continue reading
Oh, I hate these suckers. Squash bugs. They nibble on the soft rinds of the zucchini and summer squash, leaving unsightly spots and, worse, can also cause the plant to wilt very suddenly. They hide their eggs on the underside … Continue reading
Well, so much for the flowers on my sugar snap peas. It seems the deer have dined well.