Your Favorite Blog Posts of 2015

Top Vegetable Gardening Blog Posts

2015 has been an exciting year here at the Creative Vegetable Gardener. My personal highlights have been launching a beautiful new website and logo, self-publishing Super Easy Food Preserving as my first print book, and hosting a wildly successful 7 day food preserving challenge in late summer. 2016 is shaping up to be just as jam packed with the launch of the Flavorful Life Garden Club in January. I can’t wait!

But, before we go barreling into the new year, I ‘d like to pause and say that I’m so grateful you’re here. It’s a privilege to spend my days helping you get the most from your garden. And, I think of you all of the time. I wonder what you’re struggling with in your garden, what successes you’re having, what questions might be dancing around in your head, what delicious meals you’re making in your kitchen, and which seeds you’re ordering for next ¬†year.

This wouldn’t be nearly as much fun without you. So, thank you for making time in your busy day to read my words each week, for emailing me your touching stories, and for sharing your enthusiastic comments on the blog. It means a lot, and I’m happily looking forward to continuing this gardening journey we’re on together in 2016.

In the spirit of reflecting back on 2015, I took a peek at which posts were the most loved by you this past year. Here’s what I found. I thought you might need some interesting garden reading to ground you amidst the holiday craziness!

I wish you lots of tender moments with friends and family, belly-aching laughter while telling funny stories, and tables overflowing with delicious vegetable dishes this holiday season. I look forward to reconnecting with you in the new year!

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