More often than not, what I tried to grow was an absolute failure: some plants won't grow well in containers (which is what I was working with), and other plants just wouldn't grow in our little corner of the coast (I'm looking at YOU,basil, tomatoes and peppers). I had some triumphs: my rosemary plant was fantastic (I still miss it, I left it with a friend when we moved), I could always count on chives coming back, and I had figured out how to grow onions and sugar snap peas.
When we arrived in Colorado, with all of my planters in tow, I immediately
This year, we're planting more then we have before in hopes of having a fairly decent yield. I've got radishes, lettuce, onions, broccoli, New Mexican chiles, tomatoes, and HOPS! Sam bought some rhizomes this year, and the first one that we got has taken off! It'll only be a matter of time before our neighbors get irritated at the beer-smelling vine growing up the side of our place.
Now for a boatload of photos: