4 Comments

  1. Tanya

    I have not tried it but looked into strawbale gardening. Our ground is not very good for growing, tried one year & all we produced were weeds. Maybe next year.

    BTW – Hope the back is healing well.

    • The Poet Herself

      There are so many interesting ways to grow a garden outside the conventional raised bed plot. You should try it! I haven’t heard of strawbale gardening, but why not?

      The back is improving, thanks! Can sit much longer now and I’m getting around a bit better. It’s still a long road ahead, but definitely a huge improvement over pre-surgery just one week ago.

  2. Savannah

    As a freshmen culinary student we’ve been talking about local farms, seasonal cooking, and organic growing in just about every class, so I finally decided to buy some veggies to plant after an onion and a clove of garlic in my pantry decided to root all on their own.
    I visited a local nursery and a few other places to pick up plants. If everything goes well I’ll have blueberries, blackberries, rasberries, strawberries, eggplant, roma tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, dill, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley, and one adorable pineapple.

    I’m glad I decided on container growing too, because its raining like crazy and it dropped from 80 to 50 overnight so I had to migrate all my guys into the garage.

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