|A sunflower from our garden. This one had a genetic anomaly, where it had two backs. Nothing you can do about that!|
Fall always has me thinking about what gardening problems I’ve had during the year and what I want to do about them. It also signals it is time to examine what I want to do with the garden in the coming year. Good planning means everything to the success of a garden and fall is a great time to do that. Plant Green just published this article with gardening wisdom everyone should be considering.