Miles Flansburg wrote:Is it sweet corn for table eating or flour corn ?
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
A lady at market today asked me about the -cides I use on my garden. I replied that I don't use anything... Then she asked me about fertilizers. Again, I told her that I don't use anything. She asked, "But... how does your garden grow?", to which I replied, "Fine!" Then I spread my arms out to encompass the table, and continued, "My resume is spread out on the table before you!"
Best job I ever had!!! And the most satisfying.
I.m.o. it would have been a good idea to save the seeds of those cuke-kins, to grow more ...
Miles Flansburg wrote:... That is when I realized that my pumpkins had crossed with the cucumbers up in the greenhouse. My first experience with cross breading. That pumpkin was solid inside,like a cuke, smelled like a cuke, but all else looked like a pumpkin. Not sure if that hybred would have been worth persuing but it was a neat experience.