With the arrival of spring, gardeners are faced with some difficult decisions:
What should I grow in my garden?
You only have so much square footage and only so much soil.
You have to make hard choices about what plants will be given space, and which ones you’ll have to forgo this year.
Maybe you’d like to grow dozens of pink roses in your garden plot. That’s a great idea: it would look gorgeous and smell beautiful.
But then you’d have to give up on the idea of growing a vegetable garden in that spot. You simply don’t have the space to do both.
If you dream of having a wildflower meadow in your yard, you’ll have to skip your plan of creating a formal French garden. You have enough room for one or the other, but not both.
Similarly, you only have so much real estate in your mind.
You have to make decisions about what you’ll let take up space.
What will you grow there?
Faith or fear?
They both grow in the same soil, so to speak: uncertainty.
But only one of them produces a harvest that’s worthwhile.Read more