I for one, am a follower of Urban Garden Project. They have some very useful information on their site, and as a newbie gardener, and for those of you who have had their fingers in the dirt for years, I say, "you are never too old or young to learn." With the economy in the state it is in, many families are turning to raising their own food by creating their own vegetable garden, raising chickens etc.
The Urban Garden Project™ is the initiative to encourage people to learn from history, become more self-reliant, save a significant amount of money, and eat healthier, all as a result of planting their own urban garden! The goal of The Urban Garden Project™ is to encourage and catalog the creation of 100,000 urban gardens by 2020. We know that this is a large goal, but we will accomplish it 1 garden at a time!
Go check THEM out, sign up, doesn't cost a penny, and who knows you may learn something to help you in your gardening endeavors.
Hello KeeWee, I have been reading back and enjoying your blog very much. Hope to catch much more of you.
Love Quan Yin and I hopr the half-tailes squirrel goes well. He'she must ave a much trickier balance problem.
My sister in middle England has black sqirrels in her garden
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