Whilst Lou & I continue to go with the flow with Guerrilla Podcast Home Grown thought process? Just maybe it’s about time we got round to adding a quick update and share a few of our photo’s as a reminder of what we’ve been up to.
Updating our personal record, what’s worked for us and not worrying about whatever may have gone pear shaped whilst we’re attempting to grow our own food in the backyard in Salford. Not forgetting what space we’ve got in the front garden!
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Guerrilla Podcasts Make Do and Mend is most definitely the way things are going at the moment as Me & Lou make a start on growing our own veg for another year and so our home grown learning curve continues.
Last year our home made plant pots worked a treat, guerrilla podcasts home grown plant pots vegetables. So it seemd like a plan to do the same this year. The snow arrived a month earlier this year allowing us time to sort out one or two new home grown ideas.
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Here’s just a quick reminder for you as you asked so nicely about Guerrilla Podcasts blog category ‘Home Grown‘. Home Grown is my way of keeping a record of the weekly, fortnightly or whatever activities i’ve been up to with regards to the idea of growing me own vegetables and who know’s possibly one or two herbs for the first time ever, with the long term aim of feeding myself from my front garden and maybe even me back yard later on in the year.
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Just because you’ve never done something doesn’t mean that you can’t give it a go and see what happens in time! Guerrilla Podcasts is all about jumping in with both feet, having a go and trying something new, so taking that thought process forward and considering the fact that i want to eat my front garden (what there is off it anyways), I thought i’d start off this week by keeping a record of what i’ve done and when. Continue reading “Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Plant Pots for Vegetables”