Garden Growing Pains – The New Yorker

Now that it’s harvest season, I’m curious: How did your garden grow this summer?

Wasn’t it thrilling, in those early days, to watch your vegetable patch begin to come alive? To step into your garden in the dewy dawn and see what magic had transpired during the night, how each brave green shoot had grown a little taller? And then, after only a few weeks, to spot adorable tomatoes and green peppers, no bigger than you might find in a dollhouse kitchen? To peek under a fuzzy leaf and encounter a shy cucumber the size of a p… Continue Reading Garden Growing Pains here.