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What kind of plants should i plant right now indoor

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I've been watching an old tv show called "The botany project" on youtube, where the creator gives the advice to plant a house full of plants to get yourself in touch with nature.

I just want to plant the best type of plants so that my house is a house full of plants. I would like to get a good combination of indoor and outdoor plants.

I've got most of the answers down, and have researched, but I don't know what to do.

Most of the plants seem to be very expensive. This seems strange to me.

They recommend keeping things light and airy and I will definitely do that. I am not worried about my kids getting asthma either.

I would like to know what I can find that are less expensive. Some of the species they were describing are from the plant department, but I don't know how old they are. I don't want to buy just any old plant from the store because then I will never get any good information.

This is kind of a hard question, because I have never really bought plants before. I have however, had some from my friends. They didn't tell me anything about them. They just put them in the ground for me to take care of.

When I was young, my dad had a large garden, with a variety of plants. The garden was also my playground.

I think the important thing is to get something you will enjoy seeing grow. Look at some pictures of your garden as a reference, and find out what plants grow well there. A great reference for a novice to gardening is the National Gardening Book of Lists. You can find it at your local library.

We found the most amazing "house full of plants" and that was in my grandmother's yard. The yard was a garden, where we played as children. My grandma was not a gardener. She just loved nature. The plants were very old, the ones I remember were: sage, chives, redwood, ferns, and roses. We were in shock when we came home from the store and we noticed that the yard and house were a green paradise and I never knew.

Thanks to the information that was sent back to me, I did research and found out the sage was over 100 years old and the roses were 100 years old and other roses, which I like very much, were about 30 years old.

So I researched the Internet and came up with the information on some plants that would grow well in our yard. Now all I have to do is to do the work! I will post the new site as I progress.

Thank you again for all your help.

Hugs,

Donna

Please send me your comments, opinions, and information. Please only write what you know to be the truth. Thank you.

Comments for The Perfect Year

I think we all have to go through this growing process to learn to accept what's "normal" as well as to find the things we really like.

My dad is a gardener, and he said the same thing that you had said when I asked him to explain what he liked about his plants. He was saying that his plants would make it through the year. We have to have faith that the plants will survive to see another year, because they are doing very well. It's not the perfect year, but it's the year.

I think we all have to find the good things about our plants, and we are not just doing it for ourselves, we are doing it for the things we know is best for our children. This is how I live my life. I am willing to do whatever it takes to make my life complete and a good one.

You are one of the few people I know that has had all these good plants and has not experienced all the problems you are facing. It seems like the weather is so cold here too, but it is not freezing as it is so wet. Everything you are experiencing should not happen in one year, I am sure you will get a lot of help from all your friends in this. I hope that you will make the best decisions for the future of your children. You have always made the right decisions.

I am sure you will find the answers you are looking for. There is someone else on this planet that is like you and they are very successful, and they have very beautiful things in their garden too.

Happy gardening to you this year, and I will be keeping you and your husband and daughter in my thoughts.

Thank you again for all of your help.

Donna

**Response from Donna:**

I found you by searching on Google.

The perfect year is what we make of it. I would have wanted to enjoy it in a more perfect weather! But we did live for 5 days with no sun!

All the best

The most important thing to me is that I am still gardening.

I have been very lucky to live in a beautiful place with some pretty good weather. I have always thought of my garden as my "medicine".

My heart sinks when I hear the word "sick" and I know that's the weather getting to my plants. We have a saying in our family: "Let's not talk about the weather, talk about the plants."

The garden and climate change are two separate things, but I think we are at the beginning of a new trend. There have always been cycles. They just happen at different times. I think our climate change is like that.

Gentle rain and good soil are the first step.

I hope I am still gardening with good weather and good soil, or else my health and gardening would both be suffering.

## **_What's Next_**

I believe gardening is one of the most important and satisfying things we can do in our lives. If you want to take the plunge and go ahead and start, you should. You can never know what will happen next, and that is why it's exciting. You may find that you love gardening, or you might find that you hate it. Either way, whatever you do, just go for it.

My only advice to you is this: Don't be afraid to fail. If you want to try something new, don't be afraid of trying something new, even if you are afraid of failing. I was afraid to try it, and I failed. But I learned a great deal from that experience and I want you to be able to say the same.

When you go to seed catalogs or to garden centers, it's helpful to have a map. I had not had one for some years, and when I went back to the center and saw the one that I had written in my old notebook, I was stunned. In some ways I felt like I had been there for the past two decades. After the initial shock, I found it helpful to read and study the map to see where my plants were being planted, and where I was going to plant them. Sometimes I took the time to plant a couple of plants at another time. And once I had the map in my hand and I knew where I was going to plant everything, I could see the design I was putting in place. It was much easier for me to get in the correct planting depth for the root system.

# Chapter 12

Crop Rotation

_Plant crops in a specific order_

Many of us grow our own vegetables and fruit. But if you want to grow anything that is a commercial crop,



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