Many of my friends now seem to have actual garden space, or want to do more with herbs or houseplants or whatnot. But if you haven't absorbed a bunch of gardening stuff from Master Gardener child-of-farmer for years, it can be difficult to know "what is enough water" or "how do you pick soil". So, I was thinking of maybe doing some gardening posts? If people are interested? Plus I know enough to know what I don't know, which...there is so much to know, plus cool science.
Thus, a poll:
Are you interested in gardening posts?
Yes, for my own current garden use
Yes, for future garden use
Yes, to share with someone I know
I'd read them just to know stuff, but they're not a high priority
They're not my thing
What kinds of gardening info would you be most interested in?
How to water houseplants
Microclimates or other science! thing
Pruning: how to & seasonality
Growing plants from seed
What to watch out for on a plant label
Plants I wish I could ban from nurseries
Why being ruthless can be good for ecosystems
Growing bulbs outdoors
Other I will explain in comments
How would you describe your gardening experience? (1 is "I have never touched soil" 10 is "green thumb")
Mean: 4.20 Median: 4 Std. Dev 2.27
p.s. unrelated to current poll, am thinking of making a twitter that is me ranting about plant things that piss me off. (such as the massacres that power companies regularly do when people plant tall trees under power lines, which then weaken the trees anyway.) "plant rant" is sadly taken, but if you have any good twitter handle ideas let me know. was thinking of something Lorax related, but I find the whole "speak for the trees" theme kind of irritating even though that is kind of what I would be doing...