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Part of our gardening relies heavily on preserving our own food. Why would someone want to carry on an old tradition like preserving. Is it really worth all of the extra work and time. I mean isn't it enough that we work in our gardens and maintain them constantly?

 

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If you want to get more food out of your garden and use your garden space as effectively as possible then this is the minisode for you!

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Yes, we know you are enjoying your summer garden, but now is the time to think about starting a fall garden. It can be a rewarding time in the garden and comfortable, but there are a few things to think about before you plan your garden. So go out and get started on your fall garden. 

 

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Yes we are doing a challenge to see if our gardens will feed us lunches for a month. THis is a test to see if the diversity of our garden and quantity coming from our garden will feed us. If this goes well then next year we will do something similar but longer and more difficult.

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If you garden on social media then you know where we are coming from. This is a continuation from last year's episode with new trends new crops and new garden talk. Come see us on Instagram and Youtube to see what we are talking about!!

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Yup the heat means we need to try to cool things down a bit. Or maybe we need to build our soil. Wait we might want save water. We just need to mulch our gardens. 

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