By: Jolien Carter Our first tomatoes have tiny fruit on them. The promise of great reward for patience and tender care. This is when we really start seeing the “fruits of our labour”. When Megan asked me to write, my automatic thought is, “Where do I start?” But maybe that’s a part of it. WhenContinue reading “Guest Post | Urban Gardening in Small Spaces”
By: Kristy Onclin Growing up in rural southwestern Ontario, my parents always had a giant garden. They grew all types of vegetables. Radishes, beans, tomatoes and more. Rows upon rows of perfectly parallel mounds of dirt yearning for the rain and the sun to nurture the seeds within. The harvest was always plentiful, and aContinue reading “Guest Post | Gardening in the Suburbs”
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