Time To Plant A Salsa Garden

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I have a great project that I love to share with children and of course my whole family, Planting a Salsa Garden.  It is that time of the year when our minds turn veggie planting (if you haven’t already been thinking of it for months now).  This is a fun starter garden project for a new gardener or for someone that wants to get someone excited about vegetable gardening.

Here is the link to my Salsa Garden Article, complete with photos of some nice gardens,  a plant layout and even a salsa recipe.  It’s not too late in Southern California to plant your vegetables or supplement the ones you already have planted and for other parts of the country, this is optimal planting time!

I enjoy collaborating with my clients to create the garden that suits them best. I can design for you, design and implement, or by popular demand – help you sort out the next steps you want to take in your garden. If you are interested in any or all of the above call me at 661-917-3521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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