We pretty much had a non-winter here in San Diego which allowed me to get a lot of things in the ground well before normal. By January of this year I had lettuce, cilantro, onions, snow peas, broccoli and cauliflower all planted. Normally I can't do that until early March because sudden frost snaps kill everything. This year, however, aside from a gopher taking our most of my cauliflower, everything else did absolutely splendidly through the winter months. We're currently [keep reading...]
For a couple of weeks here in late winter / early spring, I get the best of both worlds with our citrus trees -- fruit and blossoms. The taste and smell are both incredible. Oranges and orange blossoms
It's been six months since my last post, but now that the Acre is kicking back into high gear I thought I'd pick up where I left off. Here's a photo of what the first day of Spring 2015 looks like in Northern San Diego County. The first day of spring 2015 looking west towards the Pacific ocean.