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Q and A: planting honeyberries, and beginning homesteader — 1 Comment

  1. CT – I started gardening five years ago (at age 68). We have a long drive, and I don’t like shoveling snow, so I put 4x 80 boxes 20 inches tall on the gravel drive, filled them with composite and soil, and planted seeds. I started with about 60 square feet of garden, and now I’m up to 1028 square feet and growing. My biggest error is planting seeds too deep and getting lazy about watering.

    You can do it Christy.