My gardens are a tribute, first to my mother who taught me to collect and plant seeds in 1936 when I was three; then to my husband the agriculturist; then to my sons, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren who are the crop I am most proud of.
I have used the "pages" to write the history of my garden. Be sure to check them out.
Glenn built the screen house at the end of our back yard to protect the tomatoes from birds, chickens and white fly. Our sons helped put up the frame over a weekend in 2006, then Glenn and I applied the fine mesh screen to the top and sides.
I started a garden diary in August, 2007, when we picked our first tomatoes from our new screen house in our back yard urban "farm" in Salinas, California. Big deal? Yes! Big enough to bring out the camera; big enough to inspire a garden diary, long overdue.