The inspiration to start this blog is “The 100-Day Project,” a challenge to make something every day, for 100 days straight. My project is to write a story a day related to edible gardening. I’ll primarily write about trees and plants in my garden and friend’s gardens; easy recipes using the edibles; and some of the people and things that are related to food gardening. I live in Miami, Florida, which has a tropical climate (zone 10), so get ready to read about and see some fabulous tropical fruit. The focus is on small-scale, urban horticulture, including typical backyard gardens or patio/balcony gardening for people who live in apartments. Anybody can grow something, even if it’s a small plant in a pot on a windowsill. And certainly everybody enjoys eating what comes from gardens.
Please let me know what you think. You can follow my daily blogs here on my website, or follow me on Instagram or Twitter. If you get inspired to take on a 100-Day Project of your own, do tell me so I can follow you too. For more information about The 100-Day Project visit thegreatdiscontent.com/100days.