East Bay Unwrapped: What Does Your Garden Grow?
Are you a true broke ass? Then you should know that growing your own food is a great way to supplement your monthly grocery expenses, especially in the spring and summer months. It’s also incredibly rewarding to watch the product of your hard work thrive. And that, dear friends, is priceless.
So you’ve read both of Chloe’s posts about how to prepare a garden for FREE (parts one and two), but now you’re wondering what kinds of plants will tolerate our clay-filled soil in the East Bay. Well, I’ve been there, done that, and I know what to do differently next time. If you’re a novice green-thumb, start your garden out with a combination of veggies that will be sure to flourish, like these: