Message from Orchid in Cascade Front #self-improvement-general
I reccomend green beans
Pretty strong plants
are you growing stuff right now
No, nothing in season
I'm in New England so I cant grow anything important rn
@ram3n Depending upon what you want to grow, you can also buy items from produce sections in stores and use the seeds within to grow more. Some seed stores tend to over price what they got, so that might save you some money too
also i forgot that i'm nearing fall/winter
so i'll wait until next year to start planting
in the meantime i'll find other things to do
Yeah, there is always cleaning up /maintenance, things like cooking to learn/do too
Are you expecting heavy rain and possible flooding?
If you want to start growing things, but you're limited in space and your local climate/soil isn't suitable, check out indoor growing tents
Oshion 2x2x4 Feet Small Indoor Mylar Hydroponics Grow Tent Room (24"x 24"x 48") https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GCJ66NM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_2pTWzbP4JR8DM
I'm considering getting a larger one so I can grow some vegetables during the winter
i have my backyard to use for growing things
but i do need to clear out an old swing set + maybe flatten it
growing things is so comfy
too bad im stuck in an apartment
You can get one of those Topsy Turvey things
i feel like that's just a scam
I've read a bit about them
People are pretty happy about them
You can make a DIY version too so
For the NEETs among us, start this ASAP. Maybe the single most valuable course I've even gone through. It will help you understand yourself and those around you. Extremely helpful in particular if you suffer social anxiety or depresson. Watch one video a day and give yourself about 20 mins after each session to think and intregrate what you learned. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL22J3VaeABQAT-0aSPq-OKOpQlHyR4k5h
If you have any questions, or just want to talk, you are welcome to PM me.
^seconded, it's a must watch
Check out the kratky hydroponic method. It's almost completely hands-off and can grow vegs indoors year round. Here's some lettuce I'm growing now.
Thats awesome! How often are our able to harvest it?
This summer I did my first bit of farming, just a patch of 1x2 meters, but it taught me tons 😄
For instance - peas will conquer everyfuckingthing, peas took over everything, even other peas.
you'll have to give me some tips for a first time farmer next spring lol
When I was clearing it out a week ago there were like twice the "surface" amount of peas beneath, that were almost dead etc lol
For sure! 😄
First: *Don't put things too close to one another*