The Kinky Green


Garden Planning

Posted in Peace Corps Adventures by Joy on May 25, 2013
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Last Sunday, I dug a tiny little flower bed. In so doing, I realized just how incredibly rocky my soil is. So I’ve been slowly removing the surface rocks from the area I want to plant my garden in a few months, with a bit of bubblegum-incentive driven help from the Iwe Army.
My gardening counterparts are looking toward planting time, too. Even as they harvest. Unfortunately, there’s a limited variety of seeds available here in Zambia, particularly heirlooms. Some seeds we lack are in the comments

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  1. Joy said,

    Hard-to-find seeds: asparagus, cauliflower, catnip, chamomile, chive, marjoram, mint, rosemary, sage, spinach, strawberry, summer squash, thyme, peas, string beans, bush beans, raspberry, leeks, cabbage, zucchini. There are certianly others.
    Technically, this post is merely informational… If my gardening/hippie/slow food/helpful friends want to know more, by all means… hit me up! joymicheledouglas – at – gmail 😀


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