The nigella seed I planted from the grocery store spice is just about to come into flower.
I had my first harvest of fennel fronds yesterday. I started that patch from some fennel seed from the grocery store. The roots tend to be perrenial here but it self seeds beautifully.
We harvested most of the fava beans planted originally as cover crops last fall, but we kept some for snacks. These came from the bulk food section of the grocery store.
Today is good weather, so I'm off to transplant the apricot trees that grew in our stone pit. Aka, where we toss fruit tree stones. This type should grow true, but I can always graft them if not. We only got seven trees this year.
But we did get two dozen sweet chestnut trees from 15 dollars worth of nuts bought from the cheese shop last Christmas.
As an amature gardener i found a great read. i love to grow my own plants and veggies now
love how tomatoes are so easy to grow and chillies
i make my own sauces now and home grown have a flavour of its own
as a newbie i found a few tips and tricks that need to be kept in mind plantsvila.com/from-seed-to-sprout-the-journey-of-a-baby-plant/
i keep a track of all the essentials now to grow my greens