Now that you have those gorgeous tomatoes, what are you going to do with them? What’s say we make the Monument Cafe’s delectable Tomato Mozzarella Pie?
Posts Tagged ‘ Cathy Slaughter ’
In Central Texas, fall and winter are better times to grow food crops because of better weather and lower incidence of pests. However, spring is when gardeners feel the most intense excitement and anticipation.
Cathy Slaughter always had a love of plants, going back to her childhood days of helping her parents with gardening and other relatives with farming duties. And now she does it full-time and loves it. In fact, if you live in Central Texas, and you use organic herb and vegetable transplants from retail nurseries in your food garden, Cathy probably grew them.