The first summer/fall growing season is coming to an end at Liberty Ridge. Time to assess what we did, how things turned out, and what we would do differently.
The short story is that we had a lot of success given that it was our first growing season in a new area, using techniques mostly new to us. And although we had success, we made a couple of missteps, which we will be correcting before spring comes.
On the side of success, most notable was the tomato bonanza we enjoyed (a small sample visible in the photo) from two 4' by 20' raised beds. We ate a lot of tomato salads, conducted three canning sessions for the pantry, and still had enough left over to trade away plenty more to neighbors and friends.
If you don't have a garden yet, just give it a try. You can do a lot even in a small space. It's fun and delicious!
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