Things are winding down in my Nevada garden. I will be relocating to Kansas City soon. I’ll need to learn to garden all over again. And get used to a place that doesn’t count its precipitation inch by precious inch. I will be able to grow giant tomatoes again. But I will miss the desert. It has been my home for almost 15 years. Learning to garden in the desert–high or low–tests a gardener’s patience and fortitude. My efforts have been rewarded many times over. If you are new to desert gardening, I urge you to be patient. Don’t give up! You can make it work if you embrace your environment.
There are some plants that will make the move with me but I have others that need homes. If you are a gardener in the Reno area and would like to adopt plants–or need nursery pots for propagation–let me know.