I always used to say that my dad never planted a tree unless it was the fruit bearing kind. In our Northern California yard we had apricots, pears, plums, lemons, guavas, kumquats, kiwis, and Chinese apple pears. During the summer months lemon cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, and strawberries also flourished along with the experimental produce that my brother and I urged them to plant.
|Captain Computer harvests his first spinach of the season|
|Garden tomatoes and basil simmering away to become a frozen a pasta base|
|Growums make it easy to start your own container garden|
Could you live an entire year eating locally or the food from your garden? Barbara Kingsolver transplanted her family from the deserts of Arizona to the mountains of Virginia for their endeavor. Join From Left to Write on February 21 as we discuss Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver. As a member of From Left to Write, I received a copy of the book. Plow & Hearth sent me the Raised Garden Bed kit and Grow Pots for review purposes which I will be sharing more about in a future post. All opinions are my own.
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