For the Best Gardeners in the Cardiff Area

   Oct 28

Your Questions About Gardening

Sandy asks…

why cant my fellow sand monkeys grow their own food?

I look over at the humans in Isreal and see ripe gardens. Yet me and mys “peoples” are too dumb to grow ours food. why ?

my name is sean.
my name is sean.
my name is sean.
my name is sean.

GardenersCardiff answers:

*blink blink* Do YOU grow your own food?

Anyway… Are you just trying really, really hard to be a prick? If so, you needn’t put forth the effort. You manage it quite handily.

Thomas asks…

Who will grow their own food in the next decade?

It’s a ‘quiet’ story just now, but worrying nonetheless. In the UK, our seas have been raped dry (to coin a phrase!) & our farmland has been either polluted by chemicals or is cultivated to feed the beef industry.

Europe is now taking fish from some of the poorest countries in the rest of the world. (25000 tons per year, a good proportion of which will be thrown away…)

How will the world feed itself in 20 year’s time?
Making money is all well and good, but who out there can digest dollar bills or pound coins? What vitamins are derived from hard currency???

GardenersCardiff answers:

We grow about half our food, beans, lettuce, cabbage, strawberries, raspberries, figs, grapes, plums, apples, pears etc etc.
Aged 57 and 63, although very fit from digging etc!

Donald asks…

Is it best to and can you grow your own tortoise food?

Such as veggies and plants, what are the advantages and disadvantages?

Thanks :-)

GardenersCardiff answers:

By growing some of your own veggies and greens you are assured that the food you grew did not come into contact with any pesticides or other chemicals, and it can also save you some money from having to buy everything you need from a store.

It will, however, take some of your time and effort and money to grow veggies.

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