That’s where you’ll be likely to find me this summer. Unfortunately, that means that I need to step away from the blog for a while. Here are a couple of other places to look for good gardening conversations:
- Kitchen Gardeners International. Blogs, resources, forums for backyard gardeners. Time disappears down the rabbit hole whenever I visit this site.
- GardenWeb. This a forum base site, with forums in more categories than you could imagine. I have a slightly guilty conscience about using the forums to get very quick answers to specific questions, without sticking around to answer other people’s questions.
- The Salt – NPR’s food blog. This is a well-researched blog (duh, it’s NPR) on nutrition, agriculture, politics. It gives a larger context to the microcosm of small scale gardening. Very good, up-to-date information.
And just for fun, here’s a recent take on the versatility of kale, according to Scott Jacobson,
a bitter, cabbage-like vegetable often seen being swallowed by Gwyneth Paltrow—is now the only food worth the trouble of digesting.
Feeling a little green around the edges?
Bye for now.