Welcome to my garden, as a lot of you guys know I’m from Brooklyn started out didn’t know anything about gardening pretty much self taught and what the garden has taught me is patience and to love myself to take time out every day from whatever is going on in my life and just get my hands in the dirt. That has also taught me how to see and understand reciprocation is only way of living in harmony with the earth, animals and other human beings😊🌱🧘🏾♀️
Take so time to watch this video:
Loved your Cuban oregano, center sunflowers and your heirloom tomatoes in waiting! Thank you for showing us we can grow our own food , we can start small and learn as we go!
Thank you for sharing your garden space with us and naming the benefits! 😊🪴
Thanks for your lovely garden tour❣️ it's a Blessing to have a garden, to be able to cultivate and grow our own food. My Mom has always had a good connection with the earth, gets her hands right in the dirt, won't wear gloves. We had a big vegetable garden growing up but as a kid it was a chore to be in the garden, it was work. I went on my way to bright lights and big city Toronto, never looked back. Over the past ten years, taking care of my widowed Mom and being on her farmland I'm slowly getting back into it but still have to push myself out the door. Some kind of a cement block in me 🤦🏻♀️🙄 that's why I so appreciate you, Delilah, and this journey you have us on. Bless you for caring and sharing❣️🙏🏻