A section of hands-off gardening that started first with various strawberry plants. Garlic, carrots and radishes also have popped up over the years.

I read a gardening book recently about hands-off gardening which intrigues me. As you know, I love experimenting with my garden. I believe if you find a plant that thrives in your garden and it is useful for your needs, then by all means let it grow there, even if most people consider it to be a weed.

Last year, I let carrots go to seed and was inundated with all types of pollinators. The carrot blossoms are so sweet smelling and beautiful. It definitely was an invitation to a party and pollinators attended in droves.

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