Share information on adding edibles to a conventional landscape... or pulling off an entire lawn/landscape conversion!
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Started by Adie. Last reply by Amanda Rose Brock May 28, 2012.
Started by Slande. Last reply by Josephine Speed Nov 20, 2010.
Started by Vegan Elisabeth. Last reply by Josephine Speed Aug 5, 2010.
Only an hour away from Bountiful Gardens? I'm jealous! Have fun with those carrots, I grew a colorful mix of them last year and our family had a lot of fun pulling the yellow, white, orange, and purple treasures out of the ground.
I am looking forward to buying from Bountiful Gardens for the first time this year. I'm pretty lucky... I live only an hour away from them, so I can order, and then drive over and pick them up instead of waiting for the mail. I did buy some incredible Purple cherry toms that I am waiting for from Sustainable Seed Co., and I am looking forward to trying those out along with the carrots we picked (white, yellow, and purple in color!)
Joann--check in with Jan Spencer for tree collard seeds. He grows them and collects/shares seed.
Thanks, Germaine! I love Bountiful Gardens, and am waiting for my catalog on baited breath. When it comes I'll be sure to look for those cuttings!
By the way, I've added and extended quite a lot of my growing beds last year, and now I'm realizing that they are in sore need of some sort of edging to delineate them from the paths so that my kids and dog don't trample them (my dog is trained not to go into my garden beds, but if he can't tell where they are he's not able to stay out of them). Since I'm cheap and would like to use free or very inexpensive materials, I'm looking for ideas for garden edging that use reclaimed/waste or freely available materials. Do any of you have any ideas that could help me out?
Happy garden planning,
Good morning all,
Just found your group and have already learned a lot. Loved the cattle panel tunnel slideshow Denise and will definitely check out the Big Horse Creek Farm in NC. Joanne, I just opened my Bountiful Gardens 2012 catalog and they are selling tree collard cuttings. Happy growing everyone!
Hello, fellow gardeners. Does anyone know where to get a hold of some tree collards? I'd like some cuttings/starts for my garden, but I can't seem to find them anywhere, and the few places that I've found that carry them are sold out!
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