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Easy Organic Home Vegetable Gardening

Updated on February 22, 2011

Its Easy to Have an Organic Vegetable Garden

OK any one who has known me over the years knows that I usually have a kick ass ( Wait can I say that?) garden every year. Where ever I am in the world I some how manage to grow my own food. Even if I am only growing sprouts in a jar I still consider that growing my own food.

My profile does not reflect my countless years of dedication to growing good food. I have the esteemed pleasure of working with one of the most prolific food producers in the world today.

I know what you are thinking ?? What the hell is he talking about. I am talking about a man that grows better tasting food than I do. I talking about the guy who I worked with for several years that produces food with a higher vibration that I have ever eaten any where in the world.

Food with a high vibration?

What are you doing hooking a carrot to a meter.

Nope but when you eat this food it tastes great and it makes you feel great also. You want to eat this guys salad.

The plants are not fed chemicals and they grow like crazy.

The are not sprayed with pesticides. I don't like the taste or pesticides on my food like the food at the store. Many of us cant tell the difference in the taste of food and we have no idea how it makes us feel, except that it makes us full!

Easy Organic Garden

Its pretty easy to have a little garden for your self and family.

First depending on the amount of space you have, this is what will pretty much determine what you will grow,

If you have limited space, I recommend growing in containers. If you are fussy or fancy you can buy them. But if you are like us we find containers all over the place that are suitable for growing all types of plants.

I like to grow things that I like to eat. Tomatoes are easy to grow but I do not eat them very much so I am not very excited about growing tomatoes.

Onions, strawberries, sun flower greens. The easiest way to grow an organic garden if you are not an expert is to use Fox Farm soils. Anyone can grow in Fox Farm and I am sure that you will find these products at almost any good growing store.

Grow the things that you like to eat!


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  • LivingFood profile image


    7 years ago

    I have not had much luck with container gardening, but I will keep on trying. Thank you for the inspiration.

  • salt profile image


    7 years ago from australia

    lovely writing. Motivating me to have a vegie garden.

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    Marcella Glenn 

    7 years ago from PA

    Thank you for the excellent advice.


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