Gardening is at the core of our lifestyle. It’s health and hobby in one…but I seem to be a specialist in #NeglectGardening!
I forget to water. I miss the planting windows. I hardly ever weed.
And YET – we have consistent yields of wild, incredible abundance even from our “flawed” efforts. Gardening is a beautiful lesson-in-motion, that proves if something is worth doing at all, it’s worth doing badly.
Here’s some of my best quick tips to grow food and start gardening, even if you’ve never grown a houseplant.
All links in this post go to TheHomestead.Guru, a fantastic homesteading blog that I used to write for regularly!
// We plant using companion relationships – such as tomatoes, carrots and basil; or the “three sisters”, corn, beans, and squash. It might sound funny, but some plants are “companions” – they do better when grown next to each other. Then again, other plants don’t get on as well…for example, tomatoes hate cucumbers! Continue reading