Big yard or small spaces, anyone can enjoy gardening. There’s a certain sense of joy and accomplishment in growing your own pure, fresh food—packed full with delicious vitamins and minerals. Starting a garden is not as difficult as it seems and we’re here to help.
One quick stroll around the produce section in the grocery store is reason enough to think about starting a garden—fresh fruits and vegetables can be expensive! A pack of seeds costs just a few dollars and can provide you an abundance of tomatoes, carrots, beans, onions…or whatever you want to grow.
We have found homegrown produce tastes better and there’s comfort in knowing exactly how the produce was grown. Another benefit to gardening? Exercise! Believe it or not, gardening is exercise! Planting, weeding, watering and harvesting in the great outdoors is an excellent way to get physical and the whole family can participate.
Colleen and I have enjoyed gardening through the years and in our book Eating Pure in a Processed Foods World®, we help you discover how easy it is to grow your own food. In the “How Does Your Garden Grow” sections we include information on:
- How to plant your seeds or transplants
- The desired growing temperature
- How much water will be needed
- If you will need extra fertilizer
- When to harvest your crop
- How to store the fruits and vegetables you have grown
We have garden plans available to help you layout your garden. Check out our store for tools to help you start your garden.