If you stop by my house in the later afternoon, don't bother knocking on the door. Come around back. You'll find me in my vegetable garden--picking food for dinner. I've learned quite a few things about the garden this summer. It's still a science project to me. A project that I am learning but also screwing up on. This year I was more aware of my seeds. I tried to find organic, non-GMO's or heirloom seeds. It was quite hard. My lettuce came out really bitter this year so I learned my soil was too acidic and needed to be more alkaline. And tomatoes actually need a lot of babying. Who knew. But somehow vegetables are growing and it's been quite gratifying.
Got any gardening secrets?