Fast forward some, and I got a little hydro-garden going, which for us is kind of the most economically-efficient method, if I can get it going. I did some research online, learned about things to do with it, and now I've "planted" several potatos, a couple broccoli, and one carrot. But I kind of am unsure about if I'm doing this correctly, so here I am.
Oh yes, thank you for the little quiz, and here's my intro answers:
How did you find this comm? - I went on a search suggested by a friend of mine here on LJ
Age: - 32
Sex/gender: - female
Favourite flower: orchid (they're fascinating! I love the symbiotic relationship they have)
Favourite fruit: lol tomatoes
Favourite tree: :) I can't love them all?
Favourite season: autumn
Best thing about gardening?: being able to see something I planted and nurtured grow and flourish
If you had AUS$50/US$25 to spend on plants, what would you buy?: a terrarium-enclosed indoor garden set, though honestly I like what I currently have
What do you hope to find here?: advice, ideas on how to tinker with my little setup