Gardening in the age of Google

My vegetable garden is thriving. But I’m not sure what it would have looked like without the internet. Some of my searches over the past month:

  • How do you prune cosmos?
  • Why is my cosmos not blooming?
  • What is the yellow foam/slime growing on top of the soil?
  • How do you harvest beets?
  • Do you prune fennel stalks?
  • Is my fennel supposed to flower?
  • What can I do with pineapple sage?
  • How do I dry sage?
  • How do I make stevia powder?
  • Can I prune zucchini stems and leaves?
  • When are French baby beans ready to be picked?
  • How do I deadhead zinnias?
  • Where do I deadhead marigolds?

1 thought on “Gardening in the age of Google”

  1. Love it. I’m the same with cooking. I cook for an international community and I only have to hear once, “that’s not real tabouli,” or “that’s not real ratatouille,” before I head for the magic of Google and the next time people are praising the “authentic” foods. Sounds like you have a very full garden happening.

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