This time of year, your tomatoes are tired, your squash is sulky — even the peppers are petering out.
Thanks to the miracle of composting, I have a half-dozen volunteer basil plants popping up in the garden.
This little guy could use some help. More nitrogen perhaps?
Even the zucchini plants vary in size, despite being planted at the same time.
It's not much of mystery — it's either acorn or spaghetti. I can't remember which got planted where.
Corn stalks vary in height, perhaps because some areas had more soil amendments.
Chris Honan takes a turn with the jackhammer before planting a shrub. His wife, Debbie, stands by with the shovel.
Joaquin Murrieta-Saldivar, project manager for WMG, checks the slope of the pipe leading out to the catch basins. It should drop one-quarter o…
Homeowners Debbie and Chuck Cochran of Oro Valley get ready to plant a pecan tree during the workshop. The site was mapped out ahead of time, …