Beginning of an Organic Heirloom Vegetable Garden {Part 1}

Real Food Meal Plans for Busy People


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• Gluten & Dairy free
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• Vegetarian


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  1. Your comment – “I can ferment food and drink, make my own household and personal cleaning products, homeschool, cook all our meals from scratch, and offer witch doctor advice to those in need. A simple veggie garden? Kryptonite.” made me actually laugh really loud. I had to read it to my husband who said that was describing me. He is always calling me witch doctor since I get at least a call every other day from others asking for natural health information. I grow beautiful seedling each year(giving away many of them), then I plant them outside. They beautifully for a while and something happens before harvest every year!!! I mean EVERY YEAR!!! I have not given up, but boy oh boy is it frustrating. Hopefully both you and I have learned enough through rough experience to have a thriving garden this year. Good luck with your plans! We are doing the same with our land here. It is slow with little ones around and rough health at times, but still very worthwhile. You should add some rhubarb and an old fashioned rose too. The rose petals can be eaten, used for salves and the hips make great vit C tea. Plus they are just plain lovely!

    1. That does sound frustrating. I love that you share your seedlings with others. Maybe you can trade some for a little ‘green thumb’ mentoring! I’ll add rhubarb to our list for next year, and we do have rosebushes. They’re lovely and my daughter loves to watch the rose hips grow. They’re one of her favorite snacks. Thanks for the advice!

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