Where to Next Martys Garden in November 2018

That's a great question to ask myself, and to answer those who are wondering also.

I find it hard to start writing in here sometimes, because I want to create a story that reveals what it's like to start a business like this and provide some great gardening tips along the way.

Martys Garden Nov 2018

We are only one month away from Summer and it's really rolling in fast.  Over the last three years I have been trialing summer crops, such as Red Garnet Amaranth, Egyptian Spinach and Kangkong Asian Water Spinach.

These three plants really perform well in the summer heat and thrive, even in the hottest of days.

All of the plants mentioned above are edible, extremely nutritious and are great as a canopy plant, to shade other plants down below from the heat of the day.

Anyways, I better not get off track.

My plans for the moment is to keep on working on my compost pods and some different natural grow plant recipes.  To be honest, I feel that there just aren't enough natural fertilizer solutions out there, and want to help create the change.

There is a movement out there that is growing my friends.  Many are tired of the amount of waste going into garbage and landfills and plastics that pollute our lands, rivers and oceans.

We really need to see a time come soon when rubbish hits the ground, it breaks down quickly and has no impact on its environment. 

The goal for my products are to improve and leave the world a better place.  I see it this way.  As a collective we can make an impact and it comes down to us as consumers and the actions we take to make the change.

Thanks so much for taking the time to read my latest post.  I wish you all best in the garden this end of spring.

Keep the water up, mulch well and feed the soil that brings life to us all.

Happy Gardening

Marty Ware (Australian Agricultural Horticulturist)

ps:  See you at my next post



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