I have always been a fan of container gardens. I think it hearkens back to my apartment days when my flat was absolutely inundated with pots of plants. Even now on the acreage we have I still primarily garden in containers. I take special joy in gardening over the winter. It just seems so ironic that when all is brown outside, I’m munching on fresh greens inside.
Welcome to Taroandti.com. Imagine walking outside with a basket and returning with it full of fresh fruits, veggies and nuts. Without spending a dime. That’s the kind of gardening I like. While I may grow a lot of unorthodox “veggies” like taro, Chinese water-chestnuts, etc – the same applies – it’s food that’s uniquely yours at the cost of some TLC. Organic Gardening doesn’t necessarily mean lotsa OMRI approved products – indeed, the only “product” that you really need is compost which you can make for free, and mulch, which you can provide for free. Anything else is candy – nice to have but not necessary. I’ll document my experiences with gardening here, as well as tips I pick up along the way.