One of the fabulous things about gardening in the high country of Arizona (Prescott) is that, for the most part, it's a 9-month season. The shoulder seasons are most definitely a bit unpredictable. But it's really a gardener's paradise.
This week our first frost is coming. Bit early - but if we can get our gardens through the odd frost here and there we will often be enjoying the fruits of our labor well into November.
This year, because I invested so much in getting the new kitchen garden raised beds built and seeds started, I just couldn't let this cold snap claim the end of my growing season. So, I spent some time getting prepared ahead of time and have actually enjoyed the process (rather than feeling like it was the end of a glorious summer, it was thoroughly enjoyable).
I wanted to share a few tidbits from the process here.
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Hey there. I'm Miriam ~ and I've been doing this my whole life. It's my passion.