Do you think at this time during the economic upheaval that it is a moral obligation to your family that you stock up and have a garden?
I was explaining to my husband about this, he actually agreed with me. I was a little suprised. Anyway what are your thoughts about the new "Victory gardening" attitude?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:04 PM on Apr. 27, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by NoahsMomma418 at 12:18 PM on Apr. 27, 2009
I grown some veggies every year. Though not enough to sustain us. My kids love to plant and water the garden. I love the natural privacy screen our plants provide all summer. We plant a lot of sunflowers, Gourds, and morning glories just for that purpose. For Veggies, we plant two or three in big containers. This year we may try zucchini and squash in an empty flower bed. And I started some corn.
I want lots more plants, but can't maintain a big garden myself. Plus, as someone else pointed out, by the time I buy everything I need, I've spent more money than I would just going to the farmers market. Our local farmers are great, so I don't feel bad at all about buying produce from them. In fact, I feel better that I'm helping my local farmers stay in business.
Answer by VeronicaLee at 12:18 PM on Apr. 27, 2009
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