Let’s Plant a Garden!

Real Food Meal Plans for Busy People


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Welcome! I'm Jennifer, the owner & founder of Healing Redefined Holistic Wellness Center, holistic practitioner, and head nutrition nerd here at Healing Redefined.

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  1. It’s interesting that we are at the end of our first harvest as you guys are getting started. The heat will have killed everything here while you guys are enjoying an abundance. I didn’t have much to do with any gardening this year because I haven’t been doing too well, but I think my husband and dad did a great job for their first time. And I know they have learned a thing or two along the way. I can’t wait until I’m well enough to be out there digging in the dirt with them! Have fun!

    1. We are definitely not in heat wave weather yet this far north. I’m so glad your hubby got into the spirit of gardening for you this year! I hope you’ll be able to find some answers soon and join them too. Best wishes and positive thoughts mama!

  2. We rent a townhouse so we’re limited to what we can fit in containers and two small pallet gardens on our patio. I’ve got a lot going but some of it’s harvest-ability (I think I just made up a word) is questionable. Like my spinach for example…it sprouted but then died off. Just dropped some more seeds so hopefully they’ll take! Good luck at gardening! I know I’m trying really hard…hoping my first year isn’t a flop!

    1. It sounds like you’re doing great with the space you have! Way to be motivated. 🙂 If you need some motivation, you can read through my fiascoes from last year. I still can’t believe that I managed to grow anything.

  3. Oooh, I love how you organized your garden beds! Can’t wait to see everything grow this summer. I asked Sarah who was in the picture coloring the sandbox. She said, “ummmm, me?” Haha! Then I showed her your picture and she knew it was “little Katie”. Cute!

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