Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Grow. Cook. Eat.

My Garden
Nothing compares with the taste of vegetables you’ve grown at home in your very own garden.  So what are you waiting for?  Find a nice sunny spot in your yard and get growing!  You don’t need a lot of space.  By practicing Square Foot Gardening, you will learn you can grow more in less space.  You will also cut down on things like weeding and watering.  But beware, gardening may pull you away from your television sets and outside into the fresh air.  It may even cause your children to stop texting & start talking to you making full eye contact.   Once you make you first harvest, you will taste the difference.  Healthier eating, weight loss, more sun exposure and less trips to the supermarket (saving money) are many of the advantages you will experience by being able to go out your door and pick dinner for that night.  Grow.  Cook.  Eat.
Square Foot Gardening Book by Mel Bartholomew

6 comments:

Jenna said...

This is a great book! My husband and I use it too and it really works!

Mary said...

There is nothing better than fresh tomatoes and basil!

Maria said...

I was wondering if you would share a recipe with us using your fresh garden items.

Tracy said...

I also like America's Master Gardener Jerry Baker for all his all natural home remedy tips and tricks!

Christa aka The BabbyMama said...

My husband haaaaates that book, mostly because it keeps advocating that you buy the guys gardening equipment or something like that.

Susan said...

I LOVE that book! Your garden looks fabulous!!