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My First Garden

Mostly due to a highly irregular, rampantly inconsistent lifestyle, I’ve been unable to maintain any plants in their living state for very long. However, life lately has offered a little more stability. Plus, my recent move to a mostly organic diet has brought on the need for an edible garden. As someone who has almost no experience gardening, I realize I should start small, with just a few plants. But instead, I’ve taken the path less traveled. Diving right into the gardening world, I have started with an expansive array of plants for my first garden. But, let’s be honest, extreme is my style. To fully understand what I’m doing, I’m doing both soil and hydroponic plants and I’ve bought a number of plants in 4″ pots, as well as a variety of seeds, to be started in both soil and plugs. Here are some seeds I started in soil. This batch includes 6 of each: Rainbow Bell Pepper Mix Jalapeno Early Rainbow Cherry Tomato Roma Tomato Broccoli Marshmallow – yes, Marshmallow is a plant! Carrot Catnip Cilantro/Corriander Italian Parsley Common Chives Peppermint     I also setup some small kitchen herb plants on my kitchen window sill. The one one the left is from Tillery Street Plant Co. but the others are from Trader Joe’s. I wish the herbs from Trader Joe’s had come with more information about the species, but oh well. I’ll figure it out eventually. This includes: Provence Lavender Rosemary Thyme Oregano My Sweet Fennel on the left and Doublemint on the right sit on the front porch, where they get early light and some...

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