By Betty E. M. Jacobs
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By carefully following instructions, you’ll be on your way to helping build healthy, balanced soil. Balanced soil means the soil is able to support not only plants but the millions of tiny organisms in the soil that are essential for plant health. By having your soil tested every other year, you’ll be able to take responsible steps toward maintaining healthy soil, instead of reacting and going for a quick fix, which is less productive and less sustainable in the long run. 35 Plants that aren’t getting adequate nutrients often exhibit discoloration in the leaves (chlorosis).
CHAPTER THREE BOTTOM RIGHT: Swiss chard is easy to grow and makes a stunning addition to any area of the garden. Harvest often to keep the plants looking their best. Simply cut off a few outer leaves about an inch from the base. NORMAN CHAN/SHUTTERSTOCK 54 OPPOSITE PAGE: Lettuces happily grow in the dappled shade of taller plants, such as beans growing on a teepee. Red leaf and multicolored varieties are readily available and grow quickly from seed, making it easy for any gardener to add a pop of color to the garden and to the salad bowl.
Try sketching multiple ideas for a basic garden layout: you’re bound to see your yard in a whole new light. Play around with various shapes for garden beds and paths to make the most out of the space you have. You’ll be surprised how dramatically the space can be transformed. FOXY/SHUTTERSTOCK CREATING THE EDIBLE LANDSCAPE 59 PEACH fruit lover’s front walk PLUM CHERRY Try to find dwarfing or semi-dwarfing fruit trees. These will not take up as much room in your yard, and their small size will make them easy to care for.
All the Onions: Revised and Updated (Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-204) by Betty E. M. Jacobs