Dwarf crops can fit in just about anywhere and stay at a convenient size for kids.
This is the first episode of 2020!
This year my new years resolution was to bite the bullet and lean fully into gardening with kids. I’m a father who works with kids in a Garden Based Learning environment, and I’ve decided to make that a focus going forward.
Continue reading “Little Crops for Little Hands”
I may not be able to find as much on their history as I’d like, but let me sell you on this versatile crop.
The Poet William Stafford spent part of his career writing a poem a day, when asked how he managed that he replied “I lowered my standards”. I have no clue if this actually happened or not, but the advice rings true for me.
I’ve been meaning to put more content up on the site but I haven’t, because every time I sit down I start playing around with the title, then deciding on just the right image, then start writing and freeze up when I realize I haven’t done enough of research on the subject. The most important in blogging is to sit down and blog.
So I’m going to try to get 2-3 posts out a week, even if its nothing more than chatting about what I did in the garden today. Even if I create a bunch of completely useless fluff I’ll still have improved my comfort level with writing these posts.
So to kick things off I’m going to talk about Turnips.
Continue reading “For the Love of Turnips”