We looked inside some of the tweets by @KelloggGarden and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
First day of autumn... and it was a good one. https://t.co/dQtqW50kqP
Hummingbird hawk moth on Salvia involucrata ‘Mulberry Jam’ by my back door. Last of the summer sun. https://t.co/0NiMeRyyYy
Grow all four seasons with my 2021 Calendar - sowing dates mid February to early November, monthly no dig advice, glorious Homeacres photos two per month, based on zone 8 temperate oceanic climate: if cooler, sow 1-3 weeks later spring & earlier from July https://t.co/6yajI9aDNX https://t.co/iG7pNL3YqY
I picked a few more pumpkins before the full force of Hurricane Teddy arrives. Left is Robin’s Koginut which is incredibly creamy and sweet when roasted. Right is Blue Prince, a 2020 @AASGardenWinner winner. The gorgeous fruits have light blue skin and savoury sweet orange flesh. https://t.co/8cBnvzR6Y3
A pre-storm garden pic... the sunflowers and dahlias may not look so vertical once Hurricane Teddy blows through. https://t.co/hO1Hjyw7BL