Social pressures on speech, safety, and food spaces have motivated me to grow elsewhere.
I left our garden in June. It was my fault - what happened to you next
Grounding in the garden is hard work. Perhaps we are flowers of one messy garden - some companions, some antagonists.
This cat loved getting high on V-root.
My friend Alex just asked me: "What are some plants that will thrive on an apartment balcony that faces north and does not get a lot of direct sunlight?"
Introducing my new social media manager...Honey. How do I stop her from eating my seedlings? The secret is distraction.
Social distancing with my mom and dad is hard. This Earth Day, we may not be able to hug our family. The Icelandic Forestry Service recommends hugging trees while we wait. I do miss seeing my parents in-person, but fortunately, we are expert tree huggers.
Every victory garden starts with a seed. Plant food with purpose and sustain your sanity. Your health is in your hands.
Want a harvest like this by summer? Get creative indoors so that your food will be ready when you need it most.
Gardening is not canceled, and it's never too late to start. All you need are seeds, soil, and sun.