“Growing your own food allows you to enjoy vine-ripened produce fresh from the garden.” So says a Cooperative Extension Service page for the Master Gardener program at the website for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Not only does Tom Phillips talk a good game about urban farming, he and his family live it. This year, he transformed nearly every square inch of lawn surrounding his home in northwest Canton into a vegetable and fruit garden, accented by a smattering of perennial flowers.
So now is the time of year to start thinking about a garden here in Ohio. It is getting close to the point of no return for starting your seedlings. I started mine last weekend and already squash and zucchini sprouts are coming through the moss. If you’re planning to have a garden, you will want to start those seedlings soon
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