Jamaican Urban Organic Farming #28: Views From My Garden #3

Since summer, I have enjoyed learning about gardening and indulging in an age old practice that brings peace and relaxation. Here are a few of my girls on display. Enjoy the view from my Jamaican Urban Organic Garden.


The Lessons

At this point, I began to learn a few more lessons. Plants and grass don’t always mix. The grass has a massive root system that depletes the nutrients which the flowers need. SO I created a border after removing the grass from the flower bed section.

I also went full speed into container garden.Bottle of choice, iCool.  Seeds were from HiPro. Unfortunately they were massively disappointing, I have only I morning glory plant to show for it.

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