My name is Genie. If you have a garden question, you probably ought to ask someone else for their sage advice. Otherwise, I can be reached at genie (at) theinadvertentgardener (.) com.
I was born in Washington D.C. While there are plenty of people in the D.C. area with a penchant for gardening, I was not one of those people.
I either over-watered or under-watered, and next thing I knew, whatever green thing I tried to coax along into healthy existence had withered and died.
In September 2005, I moved to Iowa City. In April 2006, I decided to overcome my black thumb heritage and plant some herbs in a couple of pots. Next thing I knew, I had a garden.
In May 2008, I said goodbye to my Iowa City garden plot and headed even further West: to Oakland, California, where the farmer’s markets run year-round. Urban gardening is the next challenge in my list of garden experiences.
Let’s just say this: apparently, it’s amazing what I’ll do for a good tomato.Photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jenmaiser/ / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0