‘Tis the time, (here anyways) to start harvesting produce from the garden. Sugar peas, lettuce and swiss chard are all very abundant and I am enjoying not having to buy all my veggies from the store. The only thing is that when I planted the chard I didn’t expect it to do well and so I planted more than we can use easily. Not to mention the fact that Grady doesn’t care for it. Do you have any ways that you enjoy serving chard?
Living in Oklahoma for a few years has made me very thankful for all the rain and warm, (not hot) weather we get here in the Shenandoah Valley, and that means I can grow plants so much easier. The only one I haven’t gotten to grow well is okra, but it still might come in once the weather becomes hot.
Over the years that I have had a garden I’ve tried multiple methods, (a big garden with long rows, square foot, and raised beds) and am still learning. It seems as with everything I learn to do there are many ways to get the same result and always something you can add to your knowledge reservoir.
What gardening method do you enjoy the most?