Top 10 Rookie Gardening Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

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.

Author: Kyle

Kyle Leach is an Artist, Poet, Blogger, Gardener, Museum Curator, & Community Activist.

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  1. Hey Froggy, we have a few troublesome squirrels as well. Have love them though. They give us just as many laughs as they give us troubles.

    Marcos that is a problem. You might remember we had skunk issues. We were able to keep them away with moth balls. You have to put out new moth balls every month, but it worked well for us.

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