Do You Grow A Garden At Your House?
I was just wondering how many of you grow a garden. Do you freeze or can your produce to make it available to you and your family during the winter months. I really would like to know how many people have a garden.
Crazyhorsesghost, there must be hundreds of thousands of websites out there who can intruct and teach you how to go about growing a garden - any sort of garden to cope with any sorts of conditions - by your simply placing the word 'gardening' in Google Search.
I know my own younger son, Marty, is very expert. Try enterting Marty Ware in Google and see what you come up with. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
Do You Grow A Garden At Your House?
Yes, the wife, kids and I have a backyard garden. The girls enjoy tending to the strawberry patch, our oldest son enjoys composting all the lawn debris, and our eleven-year-old son enjoys eating his fill of blackberries, raspberries, and fresh cucumbers.
Happy Gardening, teddletonmr
I do, crazyhorsesghost, my curious friend. Although, not every year because it depends how busy I am. Sometimes, I grow just one or two crops such as tomatoes and zucchini because those are easy and my favorites! All the luck to you, Kathi )
Yes, we grow a garden every year not huge but big enough for us. Tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, onions, and lettuce that's about it. We freeze everything.
We do and have for years. It's one of my favorite things in the world. We go big and save as much as we can for the winter months.
sadly where i live now we have not had much luck in that area. each year we have tried the garden was completely wiped out by the thousands of grasshoppers that seem to thrive here. we have simply given up the idea of having one now. we just arent up to the work involved in making a garden secure from the grasshoppers. if not for them we would definitely have a garden every year.
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