Hi Folks,Time for my monthly planting tips. October is "Spring" in the desert garden where much of the perennial planting is done along with seasonal (cool) herbs, vegetables and fruits are planted…Continue
I write and teach about edible landscaping in the desert with a strong focus on culinary herbs and edible flowers. I have over 30 years of trowel & error in the garden with edible landscaping. I have written several books and booklets on gardening and using the bounty of the desert edible garden.
I'm always blessed by the things you share on this forum. We would definitely miss out on so much if you weren't here. It such a pleasure to meet you yesterday at the market. Thanks for the message. I think the VPA will certainly try to be a presence at the Mesa Market when volunteers are able to staff it. I loved meeting everyone there. I think Bill and Roger will be able to come most often since they live in the area. God Bless and Merry Christmas!
Thank you, Catherine for your sweet compliments! :) I sure enjoy and process all of your advice, help, guidance. You cannot know how grateful I am to all the very seasoned gardeners that help all of us newbies and jr gardeners!
Catherine, I did a search on ginger and your post surfaced from over a year ago. You mentioned that you were going to move your ginger to a shadier spot to try to achieve larger rhizomes. I was wondering how that turned out for you. I am contemplating planting ginger on a north facing wall that only gets sun in the dead of winter.
I was perusing the forums and noticed several of your threads about the multiple BBC series' about farming - War Time, Edwardian and Victorian. My husband and I love those series! I thought I'd mention one more that I'm not sure you've found called Tales from the Green Valley which is based in the late Tudor period. It precedes all the others and led to their creation. Here's the link: