!!! More than 3,000 times? !!!
I don’t know about you, but that seems like an awful lot of sharing to me. Wow! As I tell my three-year-old nephew, it’s nice to share. So, thank you!
But, now I’m thinking I owe you a bit more. Because, that last post wasn’t really the full story about growing sweets. And, as the comments on the post already show, there are still a lot of questions to answer about sweet potatoes. For example: How much sunlight do they need? Do they play nice with tomatoes? And, how should we store them after the harvest?
So, here’s the idea. Share your questions about sweet potatoes in the comments section, below. I’ll do my best to find the answers for all your questions. Then, within a week or so, I’ll post all that information in another blog post. Let’s call it: Everything You Could Ever Want to Know About Sweet Potatoes. And, yep, I’ll include a link here when that post is online.
Am I an expert? Ha! Nope. But, I did harvest enough sweet potatoes last year to cook some tasty meals, and still had some left to share with friends. I’d love to help you do the same this year. Because, really, sweet potatoes aren’t difficult to grow. And, they are beautiful. And — wow! — they sure do taste great.
So, please, post your questions in the comments section of this post (click here to add your comment). And, if you sign up for email updates, I will let you know when the “Everything You Could Ever Want to Know About Sweet Potatoes” blog post is online.
What do you want to know about sweet potatoes?
[Update: Thank you, all, for asking about sweet potatoes! You’ll find answers to your questions here: Your Sweet Potato Questions: Answered!]