Sowing the Seeds

The Scholar’s Garden: |ðə ˈskälər’s ˈgärdn|
Noun.
1 Denotes a piece of land owned or operated by a specialist in a particular field, usually the humanities, used for growing flowers, fruits, or vegetables.
2 May also refer to the Chinese Classical Garden, designed for the contemplation of nature.

Hi! I’m Nathan (or Nate, either way is fine), a second-year English major at Penn State University. To be 100% honest,  I’m not exactly a scholar (yet), and I have yet to put together an actual “garden,” and I don’t live in China; so, if you’re offended by the  slight misdirection in the title of this blog, it’s ok if you stop reading. Really, I won’t be offended at all.

If you’re still reading this, I’d like to welcome you to the chronicle of my adventure into the world of gardening, cooking, beekeeping, and whatever else this year might bring! I have little to no experience in any of these activities, so as I find helpful resources, I’ll be passing them along to you!
I’ve run out of time for now, but I’ll leave you with a great, simple guide for starting a summer garden: “Your Complete Guide to Summer Vegetable Gardening.”

Hope to see you back here soon, but until then, happy gardening!

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