In this issue:
- November in the Garden
- YouTube: Save a Pot-Bound Tree Part 2: Update
- Gardenerd Tip of the Month: Thanksgiving Recipes
- Gardenerd Product of the Month: 400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success
1. November in the Garden
It’s hard to believe Thanksgiving is here once again. We’re still planting fall crops, mostly because it was too hot in October to plant (we used to plant in September, then October, these days November). Partner that with wildfires (three of our friends lost their homes to fire) and we’ve got crazy times. Still we’re thankful.
We’re thankful that we can grow year-round in Southern California. We’re thankful for fresh compost to prep garden beds, and for 14 varieties of kale that just went in the ground yesterday. I’m grateful for radishes, leeks, and lettuces that are sending up sprouts and true leaves this week, and for sugar snap and snow peas that have grabbed on to their trellis this week. Most of all we’re thankful for you! You keep Gardenerd going, so Thank You!
We’ll be out of town for the holiday, but in the meanwhile, check out a new YouTube video and some great Thanksgiving recipes below. Happy Thanksgiving and…
Happy fall gardening,
2. YouTube: Save a Pot-Bound Tree Part 2: Update
Did our apple tree survive our rescue attempt? Find out by watching this video:
3. Gardenerd Tip of the Month – Thanksgiving Recipes
Here at Gardenerd, it’s a tradition to share Thanksgiving recipes for our favorite fall and winter veggies. Stumped for ideas? Click below to try these tasty dishes this Thanksgiving.
4. Gardenerd Product of the Month – 400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success
Need help this fall? 400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success is sorted by season. Jump to the Fall section for tips on bed prep, seed-starting, protection from pests (hello, cabbage worm, I’m talking to you), and more. It’s digital and easily readable from any Kindle App (which is free to download, BTW). Get your copy today!
Stay tuned for more tips and tidbits from Gardenerd.com. Happy fall gardening!
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