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No black thumb, I have a green one after two months with the Container Garden Chronicles at the York Daily Record!
Sarah Chain researches how to tell when a homegrown cucumber is ready to be picked (and made into pickles!)
Sarah Chain celebrates her first harvest of Swiss chard and cherry tomatoes, plus more parsley, in this June 26, 2013, post.
Pee on my plants? No way, even if it does help them survive better.
Catch up with Smart magazine for the week of June 9, 2013.
Despite all my efforts to grow plants at the York Daily Record, I think my black thumb has prevailed again.
Sarah Chain is thankful for the recent rains that are allowing her container garden to thrive in this June 11, 2013, post.
Sarah Chain begins her container garden adventures by purchasing and planting her six plants in May 2013.
Are you ready for the planting season, but have no land to plant on? Check out York City’s community garden on South Pershing Avenue for a plot!
Pests have been a minor concern so far for our container gardens, but my grandparents have gone to extremes to protect theirs.