Two thirds of the way through the growing season, Carbon Black Heirloom Tomatoes have been a standout for the size and quantity of the tomatoes they produce
Wonder how classic, homemade American ketchup tastes? It tastes like awesome! If you've got a few tomatoes, here's a simple, delicious ketchup recipe from 1915.
Got a bumper crop of mini tomatoes and wondering what to do before they go bad? Here's a super simple way to preserve and enjoy your tomatoes all year long
Tropical Storm Hilary was a bust except for the water. 2" of rain in 12 hrs has our tomatoes bursting like a tourist's pants at an all-you-can-eat Vegas buffet.
This was the sunset in Northern San Diego County just before Hurricane Hilary arrived. It almost looks painted.
Mid-summer's heat can be brutal on plants in the vegetable garden. To help protect the plants that don't do well in heat, we plant a hanging gourd garden
Don't let late summer heat fry your flowers and vegetables. Here are four easy methods to throw a little shade on your garden and keep it producing into autumn
Walked out to the chicken coop yesterday to be greeted by a tiny black speckled chicken waiting to get in. I have no idea where it came from or what breed it is
Fresh food is expensive and only getting more so. But does it make sense to grow your own beans when they’re so cheap to buy? We did the math, and the answer is