The Limited Theory of Nutrition One of the pleasures of my work life is that it allows me time to ponder on issues that concern me and the world I live in. I have always been curious and wondered if there is any one thing that can pinpoint where a certain thing began. Sustainability has […]
Companion Plants and Protective Allies By: Barbara Odegard Using plants as companions and protective allies is the knowledge of which particular plants thrive in the presence of which species and which ones do poorly when in the presence of others. The quality of food and flowers is improved. Pests and disease are reduced. These relationships […]
“THE SWEET AND SOUR OF SOIL” January is here. Hope you got to spend some time looking at seed catalogues and are already dreaming about this year’s garden. All the vegetables we eat are domesticated from wild plants. Over time we have cultivated these species into plants that are more palatable and desirable to eat. […]
This is a list of seed suppliers recommended by Barbara Odegard
Growing a garden is like learning a language. You need to learn it and then use it. Some very basic information is needed and then you immerse yourself in the environment and you learn more and more as you go.