Agrarianism & the Southern Tradition
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I live in an apartment, but I do have a balcony. I'm wondering what plants would be suitable to plant here. Obviously, I can't have a garden, but I would love to plant something, and I'm not sure what. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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There is a pretty easy way to determine what you would like to plant.
Any food or herb that you can not buy locally.
Any food or herb that you can buy locally, but costs too much to purchase.
Any food or herb that you love the tase of, but can't buy it ripe and tasty locally.
These self-watering planters are great whether you have a house, appartment, dorm, condo, etc. It's called an earth box, check them out. They're pretty cool:
"Make yourselves sheep and the wolfs will eat you."
In the local grocery stores the only poblano peppers for sale are green and look like these:
But when I grew some and let them get a good dark red (last year) they were the best tasting peppers I have ever tasted.
I think that it is worth growing a garden just for the ripe poblano peppers!
I am nearly out of last year's crop, and hope to have some nice red ripe ones from this year's garden before I run totally out.