jesse markowitz wrote:The author will walk you through what the grower wanted to do, the property's issues that the grower had to accommodate for, how things progressed, and what the author thinks can be improved within the system.
That would be a lot more compelling (to me) if the author's proposed improvements had actually been tried, and results reported.
I'm realizing that it's all about mulch in the beginning. I have to mulch everything I'm planting this time of year to protect it from the Sahara desert like conditions.
Lacy VC wrote: You can see our progress, and our choice of plants (we are in hardiness zone 7a).
Anyone got any good tea recipes?
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