Don’t you love those lists of “secret vacation spots” you read about?
How about :”TOP TEN UNKNOWN DESTINATIONS FOR THE RICH AND FAMOUS!” Or, “UNDISCOVERED BEACH RESORTS!”? I don’t know about you, but whenever want to really keep a secret, I make sure to publish all the exciting details in a mass-market magazine.
I’ll give away a few undiscovered secrets in this post. A soon-to-come post will give away an even secreter secret.
At the Wishetwurra Farm garden, July brings shallots and onions.
The summer squash make their appearance.
The tomatoes whiten, show tint, and then glow in the full hue of ripeness.
One of last year’s “secret undiscovered discoveries” was this Italian tomato.
Now you know another secret undiscovered discovery.
The Costoluto Genovese, with all those lobes, looks funny to the American gardener’s eyes. To see it, and to taste it, is to lobe it. Not only is it delicious, when sliced crossways it reveals crimson beauty.
Let’s say that one morning a Nice Lady goes out to the garden and returns with a basket of tomatoes.