Are you Green Thumb Challenged?
Well if you are a Wall Street Journal subscriber, your problem is already solved.
Today’s delightful Personal Journal section of the WSJ has a lead story on the “Attack of the Rotten Tomatoes,” complete with an easy-to-follow diagram on how to plant a garden that would result in the most vegetables.
And you can click here for the next week to see it online for free. After that the WSJ closes the door to free viewing. I have the WSJ delivered six days a week and I also buy the online version. It’s money well spent.
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