Home vegetable gardening is on the rise, around the world due to people trying to find ways to save a little money here and there to make life easier.
Rising cost of living never stops just follow gas and oil prices for a while.
My wife and myself have had the desire to have a place we could start a garden and finally we do so we did. Our visit vegetable gardening experience was the best summer. We experienced produce that tasted blessed.
We were hooked and the second year we double the size of our little home vegetable garden. This is our third year and we are doubling the size again so that we can try more things and even make some pies and preserves. All new experiences and we are saving money at the same time.
I joined a seed of the month club and get an envelope with 4 pack of seeds each and every month. I haven’t had a duplicate yet and that is so exciting. Now I start my veggies indoors and get to try brand new things.
This year I am planting some hot peppers. I may put those in our container garden though.
Our first vegetable gardening wasn’t even in a normal garden. We started with a vegetable container garden.
Jenny planted flowers and I planted tomatoes, strawberries, green peppers and beans. It was fun watching them grow from tiny plants. When we started our inground veggie garden we started things from seed instead of buying plants. We were getting into this home vegetable gardening.
The taste of the vegetable we grew was truly amazing. I grew raspberries that tasted so good they actually brought tears to my eyes. Raspberries are my favourite fruit yet I had not tasted raspberries that tasted that good since I was a little kid.
I learned from many years of enduring migraines just how unhealthy pesticides are so we go green all the way. Our planet and our grand kids will thank us for organic gardening.
If you haven’t tried home vegetable gardening I urge you to give it a try as it’s brought us so much, taste, saving money, sharing with friends, did I say tasty. The fact that we spend more time outside, well that’s just a bonus of having a home vegetable garden.
You can learn all you need to learn about home vegetable gardening online but I find it’s faster and easier to purchase a good ebooks like the one I’ve linked to here.
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- Starting A Vegetable Garden Can Really Save Some Money (backyardgardeningtips.com)
- 5 Flowers That Will Help Your Home Vegetable Garden (backyardgardeningtips.com)
- Our First Vegetable Container Garden (hbb2obm.com)
- Vegetable Gardening 101 and Container Gardening Workshops (theediblegardenatrodefshalom.wordpress.com)