All good things must come to an end. Here’s how to know when to bail and how best to do it.

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The smartest, laziest financial move of my life came from watching Netflix

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Photo by Marvin Meyer on Unsplash


One crop in particular rejuvenates your soil while it also feeds you.

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Photo by Juliana Tanchak on Unsplash


California is burning. Don’t let your garden become a tinderbox.

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Photo by Juan Mari Zurutuza on Unsplash

Don’t assume that just because your garden is lovely and well-tended that it’s also fire-safe.


And 1 Thing Never to Do

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Photo by Cathy VanHeest on Unsplash

Remove dead and dying plants


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Get a grip, folks. It’s a classic (albeit boring) garden design.

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Renovated White House rose garden (Photo: @FLOTUS Twitter account)


Identifying and properly utilizing the microclimates in your garden can lead to better harvests

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Photo by Jarosław Kwoczała on Unsplash

What’s your microclimate?


Composted manure is a sustainable, organic way to keep your plants healthy

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Photo by Sincerely Media on Unsplash


Bottom line: Don’t plant them!

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Photo by Joshua Lanzarini on Unsplash

A warning from the government

Don’t plant those seeds! …

About

Claire Splan

Author/Editor. Writes about gardening, writing, etc. Website: ClaireSplan.com. Newsletters: WritingInPlace.substack.com and GardenToTable.substack.com

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