Spotted on the label for a tomato plant at Safeway. Good to know.
This week I visited North Beach, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay, about 45 minutes from my home. I hadn’t been there since the 1980s,...
Keep in mind that I’m not talking about gardens that are regularly visited by the public, via bus tours, Open Days, and appointments. Those...
Since ripping out the turfgrass in my new townhouse garden in 2012, I’m still waiting for the turfless garden to look DONE, like Evelyn...
I think I’ll end my time on the interwebernets tonight after that priceless nugget. Truly, there’s nothing more to learn.
^LOL at that. There’s a funny discussion going on over at my blog re: eating what you grow, or not. Apparently, some people need to be told when to eat vegetables, or, according to the most recent comment, by a person writing for a large regional gardening magazine, there’s no need to eat what you grow. HUH?
Perhaps they are discouraging “Fried Green Tomatoes” ? 🙂 LOL
The result of a generation, or two brought up on fast food. We have our work cut out for us. There is a whole generation that knows little about how to plant, grow,or even eat many vegetables.
It’s a huge opportunity for business that helps people learn the basics of gardening. People do want to learn, but are totally un-prepared.
Master Gardeners at co-operative extension sites in NY are telling people “you have bugs and need a pesticide” The gardener asks which one and they are told…”we can’t recommend specific products go to the nursery and ask them”.
Or they recommend pesticides (organic and not) that are no longer available
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