There are a few things that we don’t really think of as tools, but they are so useful for garden planning. Also, if you’ve experienced a few too many breaking garden tools, take a look at a couple of our low-cost (or no cost) solutions. I’m experimenting and planting a little earlier this year due to the frogs:) We’d love to hear your method for garden planning and planting too.
- Lady Locust
We live about 25 miles from the closest grocery store in the beautiful mountains of Oregon. We strive to provided a good majority of our food for ourselves &/or find it locally while at the same time eating what we consider to be the healthiest diet and creating as little refuse/garbage as possible (down to about 6 bags per year.) It takes great balance to juggle all these balls at once, and at times we are more successful than others. C'mon along; we enjoy the company.
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