This morning my husband and I cut some overgrown herbs to trade at the nearest farm stand. Here’s what we got in trade for what was, in essence, prunings:
Are you wondering why we are buying squash in June? We were out of town for two weeks and have squash bug problems, so I waited to plant squash until we were back. Meanwhile, we can enjoy our neighbors’ squash through bartering. The onions are Vidalias from Georgia. No, we cannot grow them as sweet here. I generally don’t grow potatoes because they are so inexpensive yet take up a fair amount of space.