How do you get over a failed relationship with a vegetable garden?
Wait untill the autumn, dig it over, roughly, and in spring start a new planting regimen.
I think its one of those things thats takes your time and focus off the pain and puts it towrads the garden. Cultivating the garden takes time and effort over time that will ease the pain. So its benifical for your personal growth and you get to lower your food bill at the same time.
by Thomas Byers 6 years ago
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by LeonJane 8 years ago
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