NFR 2019 Gardening Thread


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My garden is raked over by the wind. It is fertilized by the rain and the nutrients that are leached from the decaying leaves, the flower's petals and sepals and other detritus that falls on the soil that originally gave them life. The cold harvests all the less hardy things in fall. It is tilled by time and the rain, cold, thaw and winds that play on it's surface. This is all the garden I need.

Skip Enge

Uck Uck Uck, bitches
growing favas...good to 12 degrees as are the biennial sprouting broccoli and kale...the snow cover insulates from the wind...and it's very gusty today...


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