I get asked a lot how to start a garden. Here’s my succinct answer.
Last May, Steve and I went on an unforgettable trip through England and Wales. One of my favorite places we visited was the Chelsea Physic Garden in London. Here’s my latest garden column about that lovely place. (And some gorgeous pictures too.)
This time of year is one I look forward to for months–the season when seed catalogs pour in. Read about my love for them here.
Don’t panic–your garden is still there in fall and winter. (Latest article didn’t have a single change–nice of them!)
Most recent article: why you should leave the leaves. (I think the paper lets 10-year-olds choose the titles… I would never use the word “critters”!)
I truly believe every little bit we do to keep our food as close to home as possible makes a difference! Here are some easy ones to help you be successful.
Waiting on monsoons….
I’ve convinced a friend of mine to co-edit the local gardening column, Gardening, Etc. with me. There wasn’t anyone else to take the job on (it’s volunteer-based) but I believe getting people informed and excited about gardening is important. And my friend, Cindy, said yes, she’d do it with me. She is amazing for so […]
Without seeds, we’ve no food. Without a wide variety of types of seeds, we’re short on food availability, biodiversity, nutritional needs met, and even flavor.