by Leslie Cox; January 7, 2018
Ruminating about the past will get you nowhere. So go ahead and learn from the past whatever you can and then put it behind you. Remember, there is nothing you can do to change it, but you can use its lessons to improve your future.
~ Abraham J. Twerski
Learning how to garden among established tree roots.
Some plant species need a little help surviving in these locations…
such as giving them their own mini bog garden.
Then in the vegetable garden…
Botrytis neck rot on our garlic! Lesson learned: Crop rotation is very important! Dividing your vegetable garden into four or five sections allows you to rotate each crop into a new section the following year. This is the best way to thwart pests and diseases so you can harvest a healthy crop.