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What Types of Soil Are There And How To Amend Soil For Your Garden

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Erica Groneman
Hi, I’m Erica Groneman. I am a mom, volunteer, and a gardener. There’s something satisfying about getting my hands dirty and watching things grow.

I believe gardening is universal and crosses all boundaries, bringing us all together. I hope we can share in the joy of growing together. Thanks for stopping by!

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  • Jim Di Renzo Aug 11, 2022

    I am an old timer in the garden and as much as I think I know, I am always aware of how much I do not know. I grow lots of tomatoes. My maid crop is a Rose heirloom that was brought from Russia almost 50 years ago. It is a full globe fruit with very little water and seed. It has a great taste and we have canned as many as 70 qts for winter use. I also grow frying peppers and Ace bells and Marconi long peppers. I buy most of my plants from a friend’s greenhouse in Maine. Of course I plant lots of leaf vegetables. My first and only purchase I have made from True Leaf is their Batavian Endive, or escarole. I will be sure to use True Leaf more next season. One thing is certain, every time I step into my garden, I have more respect for our farmers.


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