William Bronson wrote:if it's hard to grow let it go for now.
Gary Lewis wrote:I have a confession to make.
I am a hopeless gardener. Everything I try to grow is a failure. Tomatoes split, potatoes get the Colorado potato beetle, square foot gardens look like square foot weed gardens et etc
My wife tells me its cause I am never at home to tend to things (i travel a lot for work in summer). I am reducing my travel to overcome this obvious issue but now fear my lack of a green thumb will just keep me failing.
Soooooooo...what the hell should I try to grow that will give me some confidence back?
My family love to eat:
potatoes (if I can only stop the damn beetles)
And I live inland in souther maine!
David Livingston wrote:How about Black currents ?
Indesructable easy to propagate Kids love them - jam ,tarts and juice all great and healthy .