Charles Tarnard wrote:Step 1: Rid yourself of your chemical fertilizers and (herb/pest)-icides.
Step 2: JUST START PLANTING STUFF! Seeds will come with all sorts of directions on them about the best time to plant and spacing and yadda, yadda, but don't be afraid to defy those conventions.
Step 3: Watch what happens! Stuff will fail! Stuff will succeed! Stuff will surprise you! Watch it so you can learn.
Step 4: While you're garden is busy failing in some parts and thriving in others, spend a bunch of time here looking for info to; amend what you're doing, correlate what is working and not working with others, get ideas for things you haven't tried, and generally get smarter about what's in your yard.
Step 5: Repeat steps 1 through 4 until you feel a little smart about your growing.
Step 6: When you finally feel smart about your little patch of land, share with others to help them get smart.
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