A How-to-Grow-Food Newsletter JUST FOR YOU:
- You want a library of localized information about what do to in your garden
- You don’t want to think too hard about planning/timing/being strategic
- Can someone just tell you what to do and when?!?
- You want to understand the “why” about what to do in the garden in order to learn and make educated choices about how you want to grow.
Subscribers get one-on-one personalized garden advice from me! Once a quarter, I will host live Q&As to address your particular garden needs. You can show me your garden in REAL TIME and ask questions. And of course, all subscribers will have full access to the newsletter and website. Never miss an update!
So many of you are SO close to growing and tending an amazing garden and with just a few, timely tips, you’ll be well on your way to the perfect landscape! Subscribe to get full access to the newsletter. Never miss an update about what to do in your Pacific Northwest garden now.
Seasonal tricks, stellar resources and timely advice. Not only will you learn about what to do each season, but you’ll also learn about WHY. My tips and tricks are shared with science and common sense so you can start understanding why plants behave the way they do and troubleshoot effectively. No more guessing! Learn how to grow amazing food and lush flowers here.
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Be part of a community of people who share your interests. I will host personalized Q&A for the subscribers and host seasonal garden visits where you can come and learn IRL. We share seeds and I share LOCAL resources, so you don’t have to do the homework on your own!
I'm own an urban farm business, and am a journalist and author with over 17 years experience planting, growing and offering advice to home gardeners in the Pacific Northwest.
I have been growing food in people’s Seattle-ish backyards and my apartment balcony since 2004. I have a deep love and appreciation for plants and all they provide us. I have nurtured food gardens (and some landscapes) from the north to the south and I have a good feeling for the season and an excellent understanding about how to grow food. You can read more about me and my services and background here.