"There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments" ~ Janet Kilburn Phillips Have you ever grown garden? If so then you know it takes more then scattering a few seeds in the soil and reaping the harvest. For those of you that have ever had a garden or grown a food bearing plant, recall your first attempt. Chances are high that you have changed something in your technique, crop or plan. From the first year to your present garden, what has changed and why? Maybe you have advanced to having your own seeds, gathered from last years plants. Maybe you have learned that X really doesn't growing your area even though the zone map tells you it does. I recall the happiness when I was able to gift my neighbor with some zucchini. Maybe you get joy from canning your crop and eating you home-grown carrots in January. Container gardening, in the ground, aquaponics or hydropnics. One could be raising herbs, vegetables, berries or fruit trees. The growing of food is a vast area of subjects and ideas. If you have never had a garden and are thinking of starting one, share your plans, ask your questions. I have found that advice and wisdom shared between gardeners is some of the best. Lets talk about our experiments in gardening.