With so much uncertainty in the air, people are realizing that gardens are more of a necessity than a luxury this year. Food is expensive and many of us are out of work. Growing a garden is one of the best ways to ensure that your family eats healthy, delicious food until we bounce back. One tiny seed grows into many meals. If you want to help others right now, share your seeds with them. You can download these printable seed packets and use them to share with friends and family.
If you ask a group of gardeners what they think about companion planting, you’re bound to get a mixed response. Some swear by the traditional practice and follow the recommendations religiously in their own gardens, while others dismiss it as nothing more than “garden woo.” As with most things, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.