It’s finally happening. Victory Gardens are making a resurgence. Here’s a peek at what I’ll be growing in my second year of victory gardening. Will you be digging for victory, too?
MY LITTLE VICTORY GARDEN
In February 2020, I wrote about why victory gardens should make a comeback.
While I view self-sufficiency as a virtue, when you grow your own food, you’re connecting with your food, getting exercise, and declining to support industrial farming practices.
I had a feeling a victory garden resurgence was coming, but I didn’t know that it would be so soon or that it would be sparked by an illness.
2019 was my real first year of gardening, so naturally, I made a bunch of mistakes.
Still, I wanted to expand the garden, which is precisely what I did. My patch is more than double the size for the growing season ahead.
In true victory garden style, the goal is to make my land as productive as I possibly can.
To augment garden yields, I’ll also be growing with containers and converting one of my flower beds into a lettuce bed.
Ready to see what I’m planting?…