This new home is the book, the pages are the days to come and my life are the words.
Thanks for the great read! I've always had a garden...rich or poor. Hope all is well with you and yours...we're getting along much better. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.
I must say, that if she can afford to keep 3 pot-bellied pigs as pets, then she can't be TOO hard-up.However, nor am I hard-up. But I always grow-my-own simply because I like it to be fresh, I like to know what's helped it grow, and it comes from a veg' isle that's a damned sight nearer to the kitchen than the local supermarket.
That was a good article, thanks for the link.Hope you and D have a great weekend with no nasty weather.Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady
What a good article. I shall try cleaning out my main fish pond a bit at a time (long overdue!) and use some of the "slurry" water on veg. Worth trying. I think telling people that however SMALL their plot, even in totally urban areas, you can still grow something edible is important.