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Welcome to my website.  This site is focused on gardening in the Intermountain West, with our dry conditions, some of our own insects and pests, and diseases indigenous to this area.

 If youíre a gardener from another part of the world, youíre welcome too, but remember my suggestions may not suit your conditions. 

The secondary focus here is on handicapped gardening.  You donít have to let something like missing limbs or other impairments keep you from gardening. 

Late January, early February, newspaper and magazine reports confirm what many organic gardeners have known for some time: supermarket foods are no longer as nutritious as they were 50 years ago.  Why? Many agribusinesses are growing varieties that produce quickly, and either there isn't time in the plant's life for it to produce nutritious substances or else the soil's depletion prohibits  that nutrition. 

Grow at least some of your own food from heirloom seeds and get the nutrition you desire! 

 

Printing any of these pages will produce black print on white paper.

Send garden questions to me at the e-mail address at the bottom of the page, and I will post them with answers in the Q and A section. 

 

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