First Day of Summer 2014

I’v been battling bronchitis the past two weeks and have had no energy/wind to work in the garden much at all.  Despite my neglect, the garden is doing well thanks to the rains, raised beds, and lots of work to get the garden ready this spring.  Here are a couple of videos of the progress so far…try to ignore my heavy breathing!



  1. Tom Lowe said

    James what is causing  my carolina reapers leaves to turn a yellow color. they are about a foot tall  the one i planted in the ground is very green this big one is in a two gallon container.? thank you sir.

  2. huntoften said

    My best guess is the humid and wet conditions are causing it. Remove all yellowing leaves and spray with an anti-fungal such as liquid copper to stop the spread…that’s what I’m doing.

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