Organic Gardening Made Easy

Organic Gardening Made Easy

Nothing shouts springtime like planning your new garden. The beauty of watching the gorgeous greens and beautiful blooms is exciting. Then the fruits and vegetables of your labor become ripe and ready it’s a great feeling of accomplishment.

It’s sometimes hard to feel completely safe from harmful pesticides when you purchase fruits and vegetables in the store. So growing your own organic garden might be best for many people.

But what if you don’t have a lot of space? Many of us have practiced with some kitchen window sprouting in egg crates or back porch planter growing at some time.

Now you have another choice that is amazing! With the Garden Tower you can grow 50 plants in about 4 sq ft of space. Talk about a space saver! Instead of spreading your planters and milk jugs all over the place, you can stack vertically.

Remember too that you can grow vegetables and fruits in more than one season of the year!

 

Saving Seeds and Buying Organic Seeds

Millions are already making the move to self sustaining living by growing their own food and learning to harvest the seeds. Learn how to save the seeds from your favorite fruits and vegetables so you don’t have to worry about the quality of the seeds you plant.

 The Seed Saving Book: Heirloom The Organic Seed Grower: A Seed Saving: Beginners Guide to Heirloom Organic Garden Vegetable Seeds 12 Pack CERTIFIED ORGANIC Herb Organic Heirloom Vegetable Seed Variety

See The Garden Tower

Watch the video below to see how The Garden Tower helps you save space and grow organic vegetables and fruits.

Fun Recipes and Organic Gardening Tips

Once you have decided to go organic you will love reading about different techniques for growing. And once your garden has ripened these gorgeous recipe calendars will provide you with delicious meal ideas.

Farmer’s Almanac Recipe 2015 Wall CalendarOrganic Recipes 2015 Wall CalendarRecipe a Day 2015 Desk CalendarGarden Recipes 2015 Mini Wall CalendarSmall-Plot, High-Yield GardeningEcological GardeningHerb Gardening from the Ground UpApartment Gardening

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