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Gardening from a Wheelchair

This guest post is written by Tim Smith.   There’s nothing like growing your own fresh vegetables. But having a disability does not mean the garden has to be off limits. The normal growing season is coming to an end in the Northern Hemisphere. But if you or someone you know couldn’t get out in […]

What gardening gifts would you buy if you were given $250?

Usually around Christmas time, there are videos on Facebook about “Secret Santas” randomly giving out money to people. Sometimes it’s 50 bucks but sometimes it’s hundreds of dollars to help someone buy presents for their family or just to pay the mortgage. Well, I have good news and bad news. Which do you want first? […]

When to Plant Your Organic Vegetable Garden: 7 Questions You Must Answer First

Let’s pretend it’s late winter/early spring. (And maybe it is, depending on when you read this blog post.) You heard a fellow gardener say it’s time to start planting some things in the garden, but you’re not quite sure. The seed packets say to plant your peas as soon as the ground is unfrozen and […]

Don’t Buy Everything You See in the Garden Catalog

In the last post in this series of Timeless Gardening Tips, we talked about not planting too much or too little in your organic garden. In other words: Keep it manageable. Today let’s talk specifics: ordering things out of catalogues and buying from nurseries. I don’t know about you, but I start salivating when the […]

“How much food should I plant in my organic garden?”

Have you ever been to a church potluck supper or a Thanksgiving Day buffet dinner and been overwhelmed by all the delicious food you can put on your plate? You want to try a little of everything and by the time you reach the end of the line, your plate is piled so high it […]