Introducing my Garden Journal!

Hello there, fellow garden enthusiasts! I am thrilled to begin this journey with you through my new garden blog. I have been an avid plant lover for years, starting with small house plants, and have since progressed to growing vegetable plants on my small balcony in San Diego. It's now 2023, and my love for gardening has grown, leading me to establish a raised bed garden and a couple of ornamental beds.

As I dive deeper into the world of gardening, I am constantly amazed by the wonders of nature and the rewards of growing your own food. There is nothing quite like the satisfaction of seeing your hard work come to fruition, from seed to harvest.


Through this blog, I hope to share my experiences with all of you, whether you are just starting out or are seasoned gardeners. I believe that gardening is an essential skill that can benefit everyone, and I hope to inspire you to grow your own plants, no matter how small or large your space may be.


I'll be sharing tips that I've learned along the way, as well as my successes and failures. I'll also be discussing different gardening techniques, tools, and products that I've found helpful. My goal is to make gardening more accessible and enjoyable for everyone, no matter their level of experience.

So, join me on this journey, as we explore the joys and challenges of gardening together. Let's get our hands dirty and create something beautiful!

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