We’re all going to be spending a lot of time at home this summer, right? Plant a garden and save yourself a few trips to the grocery store for fresh veggies!
This summer’s shaping up to be a strange one, isn’t it? Social distancing means beaches and pools are closed, as are movie theaters and lots of the other fun venues at which we’d spend our summers. Fortunately, I’ve got your back!
Good Friday is almost here, isn’t it? With all the rest of the craziness in the world these days, I almost forgot! Which would be a shame, because for certain crops, Good Friday might actually be a good day to plant.
That’s right. The trendsetters have spoken. This year’s gardening trends have a strong focus on eco-friendliness. This includes cool stuff like bee hotels, frogs in the garden, sustainable soil and more.
Nah, it’s not chicken parmesan. Although that does sound good right about now. Pretty sure I have emergency rations of tomato sauce, wine and parmesan, too, so I could totally make this happen.