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edible landscape - I spy ameranth and sunflowers both colorful and tasty. Roger Griffith's flower and vegetable garden, just hours north of New York City, is like a farm stand in a backyard. He uses succession planting, in which seeds are sown about every three weeks, to ensure produce into fall.
Camp Wander Blog: Please Don't Drink the Sweet Manure Tea! Stop by often, learn how to use essential oils creatively for a lifestyle of wellness. ...Rennovating home-cottage style, gardening, business, cooking, learning, keeping a fresh perspective for life, loving my family and being Nana to my beautiful grandbabies
Edible front gardens. Unlike many here, my back yard is full of sun. So much that a lot of things burn up my front yard is much kinder to plants - may try something more than my the tomato this year.