It’s been sometime in the making…A newer main part of the journal – the Edible Gardening section expanded…
By using the term “expanded” I mean that there’s now a section on the journal devoted entirely to our ever-evolving edible garden.
From the main navigation on the Teenie Cakes journal, I’ve added an “Edible Gardening” section and building tables of resources and information pertaining to the plants we’ve selected for our landscape and garden over the years…over a decade in the making. As I’ll mention in the verbiage before the resources for each page, many of the plants were selected based on culinary qualities and difficulty or pricey availability in local markets.
It’s a never ending learning process that I’ve come to really enjoy and love to do. The rewards so far:
- Knowing where and how are food was handled
- Eating and using more of what we’re growing
- Incorporating more fresh produce in our diets and
- Finding more delicious ways in using our harvest.
- The personal satisfaction and enjoyment of “arden to table”!
This newer section on the journal is for the purposes of not only references for myself, but as a source of inspiration and information for home gardeners. I hope many will find it useful and of some value for their personal research and learning process when working on their own gardens of tasty and healthy delights!
Resources currently accessible through the TC journal:
- Edible Organic Gardening section
- Stone Fruit Trees, Citrus Fruit Trees and Berries, (see image above) both planted and container plantings.
- The Edible Garden category: Posts/photography published on TC over the years.
- Garden & Landscape Pinterest board.
In the works…
- Vegetables planted in raised beds.
- Herbs planted in containers, whiskey and wine barrels.
- Indoor Kitchen Gardening – sprouts and microgreens.