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should I try to trim the cayenne bush? If so what does anybody recomend? just cut the bottom leaves and brabches off? Thank you.
You just summed up the transformation my mind has undergone in the past few years, since planting my first garden about 4 years ago. Oh to be free of the burden of money, and just to be able to farm....joed2323 wrote:gardening is addicting, its a healthy addiction, ive traded in my bad addictions in the past and this is my hobby that calms my nerves, and soothes the soul. I can be stressed out and pissed off, come home from work and take a stroll thru the garden, even picking weeds, makes me happy.
Every year, my garden expands, more and more, this may sound silly, but i want my shot at being a farmer, except i only want to grow vegetables, and work the farmers markets, and maybe sell to local resturants if im lucky. Looking at the supermarkets and seeing how much $ bell peppers, and the colored bell peppers are, makes a person wonder if you could make some extra bucks at growing vegetables.
I know farming doesnt make you rich, but as long as you can make ends meet and pay the bills, id be happy turning my backyard into something i could make some money off of, instead of spending 2 hours cutting grass
Sorry if this is off topic