I'd suggest the "stuffing" tomatoes. They look more like a bell pepper and have all the seeds in a clump near the top. Comes in red and yellow. Can be stuffed with cold things like chicken salad or filled with meat/rice-type stuffing and baked.
I was just reading the lastest on what the Old Farmers Almana is predicting for the region that I live in.
Once again we are expected to be very cold and dry for the winter months and a cooler drought summer too.
Is that true for 10? I thought I heard warmer than last summer but I didn't actually read it myself. I am very interested to hear what kind of summer we will have. The heat bothers me personally and market days in heat and humidity are tough! But it would be good for the garden to have more heat than last year.
From the sandy potato fields of Sherburne county, Windy River Eco Farm grows heirloom vegetables, flowers and herbs for Market and CSA. Been growing since 2008.
Regarding quoting, look at the individual posts within a thread. now look at the upper right corner of the post and you will see "quote."
Now if you want to do it manually you can type the code itself which involves the square bracket keys, usually above your Enter key, surrounding the word quote. Then to end the quote you use a /quote within the left and right brackets. The text you want quoted goes in between these two codes.
I would type it out so you could see it but it would turn what I put into an actual quote and not show the codes. hehehe
Post by bluelacedredhead on Feb 5, 2010 21:51:15 GMT -5
The FArmers Almanac forecast for summer in parts of the Northeast is another cool summer, but without all the rain that fell last year. Perhaps it will be a half decent summer for gardening? We can hope.