From Daisy <[email protected]>
Subject Creating a More Self-Sufficient Garden for the Long-Term
Date May 4, 2021 5:12 PM
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This topic is really important.

One day, we may not have the Home Depot garden center or our local
nursery to make gardening easy. We may not be able to place orders for
seeds. We may only be able to depend on ourselves when it comes to
growing food.

Creating a self-sufficient garden is a resilience necessity for the day
we can no longer rely on storebought seeds, fertilizers, and other

Here are some ways to garden without all the stuff the garden store
tells you that you must have.

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Are you working on making a more self-sufficient garden or homestead?
What are your plans to garden for the long term? Let's talk about it
in the comments.


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