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  • Deb

    It’s funny, I was just talking to some friends this weekend about gardening, and she was saying today that she never got people being upset when animals ate some of what she planted. They need to eat too, don’t they?

    I have so much to learn. I have plants in containers right now, and they’re doing okay, but if I don’t get my raised bed built soon, I’m going to end up not doing it until next year! And I don’t think these plants were really meant to be in the containers I have! It was supposed to be temporary…

    In Food Not Lawns, she has really simple instructions for making your garden beds into greenhouses in the colder months. Do you do this or have you done this?

    Also, I was wondering if you’re involved in any kind of seed swap in your community, and what your experience has been with that, if so.

  • A timely post indeed! Today in the local hardware store, I overheard a woman asking the salesperson what kind of chemical spray she could buy to kill all the clover in her yard. After she picked out a bottle, I walked over to her – nonchalantly – and told her that I welcome the clover in my yard; it adds nitrogen to the soil. She thought I was joking. I said “No, really, I do.” She laughed and said “That’s a great line,” and she wasn’t being facetious. As though the very thought of letting a naturally occuring, well-suited, zero-maintenance, low-lying, beneficial plant surive in her monocultural lawn was preposterous.

    However, at the checkout line, a man was complaining about rabbits eating his plants and was considering buying dried blood. I recommended a) a fence dug down one foot, b) a separate garden for the rabbits consisting of low-maintenance plants they really like, and perhaps some tall plants like ornamental grasses to provide cover and nesting areas – a win-win! He seemed interested, and didn’t purchase any dried blood.

    I’m glad you listed tolerance as consideration number one.

  • Isa

    I’d love to see pictures!

  • Deb, I’ve swapped seeds by mail and have bought seeds cooperatively in the past but this year it’s just me and our helper Christopher swapping seedlings. But that reminds me that I want to do a post on freegan gardening.

    Gary, I’m so glad that you talked that man out of buying dried slaughterhouse blood and gave him some rabbit-friendly advice. That story about the woman not believing you is priceless. I’m always amazed by what people don’t know about the plants they so wantonly kill, poisoning the earth in the process. The idea of wanting to kill clover is just stunning to me.

    For those who don’t know, all legumes help to fix nitrogen in the soil, which is why it’s always a great idea to grow beans near heavy feeders like tomatoes and also, when rotating crops, to grow some kind of legume anywhere the soil might be worn out. Cover cropping is when you grow something like clover in the off-season and then plow it into the ground to replenish the soil.

    Isa, I’ll do what I can.

  • Now I know where “cole slaw” comes from.