Holy Toledo! You can learn useful stuff on the internets! I have blossoms from three or four kinds of squash plants and I know blossoms are food, but how?
That couldn’t be any clearer, could it? I struggled a little with the cleaning, but figured out a trick with a slowly dripping faucet. Before I knew it, Pete and I were eating about a dozen of these. It wasn’t even difficult!
Confession: if you stuffed it with pesto and cheese, then breaded it, I’d probably eat a washcloth.
Many things are going well with the garden, but not all. Two containers are not draining properly and the squirrels are persistent, but this was confusing. I didn’t know if white spots on squash leaves were a problem or not, but impatience definitely is.
Is this a thing? IT IS.
How did we survive before we could ask the whole connected world questions and demand short answers? I put “white spots on squash leaves” into the Great Gazoogle and dozens of excellent teachers appeared. This guy, for instance, answered all my questions in one minute, twenty-seven seconds and he could have shaved off almost the first thirty.
Water + baking soda, both sides of the leaves, twice a day, three days. I’m half-way to problem: solved!