I realised that there are a lot of new growers and gardeners looking for straightforward advice & help so I wrote the books. Amazingly these are now bestsellers!! You can buy them from bookstores, Amazon or direct from me here: Our Books! - FREE SEEDS OFFER I've been gardening and growing my own vegetables, fruit and herbs for nearly 40 years now.
As far as I'm concerned, garlic gets the blue ribbon for growing your own. It's absurdly easy to plant and care for; it tastes great; it looks beautiful and it takes up so little ground that even those with very small gardens can raise enough to be self-sufficient in garlic for a good part of the year. All you have to do is choose the right varieties; plant at the right time, in the right soil; then harvest when just right and store correctly. 1. Choosing Types of Garlic
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The last time I forgot to water my outdoor potted plants and discovered them completely wilted and hanging on the cusp of near death, I decided it was time to take action. Some of the plants on my deck receive a full, searing sun all day long during the hottest mid summer days. While these plants thrive under such conditions if properly taken care of, they will die quickly if they don’t receive enough water.