#Aquaponics and #Hydroponics Baby Steps

Check out what’s shared on Ann’s Tiny Life. Even in smaller loving spaces can we grow our own food.

Ann's Tiny Life

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Hey everybody, I thought I’d do a thing on my trials and tribulations I’ve experienced during my journey of growing things. It all started with my container garden located on the back patio of my apartment. I grew tomatoes, sweet green and red peppers, jalapeno peppers, potatoes, herbs, green beans, cucumbers, and I think that’s about it.

The season ended. All the peppers and cucumbers were harvested. And holy crap I had a ton of both of those! All of the tomatoes (most of them had blight) were brought in. All of the lovely potatoes were pulled up and have either been consumed, dehydrated, or given away.

It made me sad looking at all the herbs still trying to grow so I brought the ones that still looked healthy in. There was sage, lemon balm, garlic chives, peppermint, rosemary, and oregano. The basil was totally spent…

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