Yes, it is Gardening Thursday and here is a primer on vegetable gardening submitted by Henry Rangkuti – for your reading and planning pleasure:
Perhaps you are a beginning gardener and want to get started even though the weather is starting to get nippy. Here’s a fun way to get your garden mojo going, start a tiny succulent garden on a shallow tray or recycled birdbath.
If you have a garden, or even a fancy yard, you can never have too many tips and tricks (in my humble opinion, anyway). Here’s some sweet and simple tips:
And if you are planting, here are some more tips:
You have probably saved out some of your produce from your garden in order to save the seeds (or maybe you will pull seeds from the last of the produce before clearing out the garden for winter). Here is a great article on saving your seeds:
Do you have roses in your garden? Ever wonder what to do with the rosehips? They are purported to have medicinal value – personally I enjoy rosehip tea from time to time. And they are also wonderful natural decorations (perfect for Fall). Check it out:
Getting ready for winter (there’s already snow in some places here in the US) in your garden? Here are some things to do in preparation for the cold.
For all you gardeners out there, I am sharing this wonderful story of the inner city teacher that has let his passion for gardening guide his teaching: