Organic Food Gardens

Raised beds in full sun

Raised beds in full sun

Organic gardening is one of my favorite practices. It is simple, cost effective, healthy and is based on just plain common sense.

This one took many hands that made light work to grow all leafy greens, cruciferous veggies, and root vegetables

This one took many hands that made light work to grow all leafy greens, cruciferous veggies, and root vegetables

The main theme surrounding organic gardening is treating the soil. As the soil is where all seeds emerge from, and is where all the nutrients to maintain propert growth also come from, it makes sense to treat the soil as a living organism. With proper nutrients added in their raw formĀ  and by usingĀ materials that will help to maintain appropriate moisture levels, you should be major problem free when growing your own food to feed your family.

Organic gardening makes a lot of sense from an economic perspective. Converting ones

peppers, peas, cabbage, tomatoes, broccoli and brussel sprouts in this garden (2012)

peppers, peas, cabbage, tomatoes, broccoli and brussel sprouts in this garden (2012)

lawn into a luscious garden teeming with juicy vegetables and fruits that one can practically just grab and nibble straight from the vine is a delight that would make you wonder why to head to the grocery store in the first place.

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