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I’m not much of a green thumb. It’s no secret. I grew up in a family of scientists and musicians who kept a nice tidy yard, with absolutley nothing fancy going on. And I mean nothing.
An example of fun garden projects in the Moore household would be to plant a border of marigolds up the side of the driveway or a couple of uber prolfic zuchinni plants in the back yard.
My husband, Sam, on the other hand, had grandparents who had multiple acres of vegetable garden. His grandfather, Farnham McArthur, had an enormous garden that he cared for himself into his 90s. Since he was, by then, a widower who lived alone, he simply gave most of it away.
Since buying our first home in 1992, we’ve learned a thing or two. We stil go for an easy (and I mean very easy) maintenance yard. Because — as much as we appreciate beautiful landscapes — we don’t get much joy toiling in the yard. But we try to get the most bang for our buck. This year we have three projects in mind. Easy Green Thumb continued