What Plants Do Best In A Drought?
I know we have quite a few experienced gardeners here. This article made me wonder, what food producing plants would do better in a Summer of low rainfall or water scarcity?
I think there is going to come a point where you plant a mix of crops where some do well with low water inputs and some that do well with lots of water at the start of the year. And then just except that a portion of your garden dies. You might have alternative crops which can be started in the later months of Spring or Summer and can grow into the Fall or early Winter. Climate weirding seems to also mean garden uncertainty.
I think next year, I'm going to learn to pickle.