Wednesday, April 29, 2009
You do not need a large garden plot to grow some of your own food. This salad mix is being grown in a pan, which can be move around to the most ideal locations for care and harvest. It is so easy, no matter what your living arrangement to add a few edible plants to your environment. Many vegetables and fruit producing plants can easily be grown on a patio, mixed into flower beds, or placed in containers on a deck. They are not only easy to grow, attractive, and saving you money, you also know how they have been handle and can make sure you are getting organics that are at their peak of freshness which insures optimal nutrition. It is helpful to have a book or information source on when to grow what in your area. grow what is in season for the best results and supplement by attending your local farmer's markets, many areas should have their markets starting up soon. Make a commitment to put at least one edible plant in your garden or home each week and before you know it you will be harvesting something for your dinner table. Some good start up plants are strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, radishes, herbs, onions, garlic, carrots and salad greens. I've got gardening to do.... see you at the seed counter!~Jacque
WHAT INSPIRES ME
Nature, The Ocean, Colors, My Family, James, My Friends, My Pets,God, Music & Poetry, Creative People, Chocolate, Country Living Magazine, Antsy McClain, Dr, Wayne Dyer, Body & Soul Magazine,Gardening, Old Things, My Dreams, Rachel Ray, Morning, The Seasons, Seeds and the list will continue...Let me know what inspires you?