I’ve added links, in the sidebar to the right, to the newest blog posts that are up at Small Garden News.
I’ve also been working on a booklet, to actually be published and for sale at places like Amazon.com, about Fall Garden Planning. This is a part of gardening that some newer Southern gardeners struggle with. The goal of the booklet, which is only 30 pages long, is to help gardeners choose appropriate crops for a fall garden and set a planting schedule based on the varieties chosen and a best-guess for a first frost date in fall.
Some of my gardening friends are reading it now, to let me know what needs to be added or changed. Have I ever said here how much I appreciate the Master Gardener volunteers in my county? They are always supportive of my garden-related projects, even when the projects are a bit off-the-wall, and willing to help when needed. A couple of MGs are among my readers.