Return of My Food Garden

In the past two years, I put my food garden on hold because of injuries. Now, mostly healed up, I am very happy to report that I’ve revived my food garden. After making two trips to the gardening center for soil, I have readied my raised row bed gardens and containers to (nature willing) produce extraordinarily healthy and delicious vegetables. Having planted seeds and watered, I am now enjoying just looking at my handiwork and dreaming of all of the good things to come in the next few months. At this point, I think that the food garden is in good shape, although, thankfully, I do have more space to put in more rows and containers, so, I’m limited by my imagination, space in my refrigerator and freezer,  (and budget!). This has been such a happy day, doing what I love to do most!IMG_3353


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