Vegetable Gardener

And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. Genesis 1:29

What can you do about this undocumented recession that we are in? You can plant a vegetable garden. Don’t allow your budget to be molested by the economy. Begin today to by implementing a plan that will insulate you from any further price increases.

It’s not to late to begin a vegetable garden. Many plants can be started indoors. They can later be transferred to large containers and placed on a terrace, fire escape, deck or patio. Begin with a small patch of land in your backyard.

Better to eat vegetables and fear no creditors, than eat duck and hide from them. – The Talmud

Green Beans (above and below)

Sweet Peas (below) Tomatoes (below)

What are you growing in your garden?

Filed under: Homemaking

Comments

  1. I wonder if green beans would grow indoors next to a window?

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  2. it’s not too late to start from seeds here in SC?? i would LOVE to have tomatoes…you think I can start some this week and it wont be too late? i almost bought one (a starter plant) from walmart the other day but became so confused at all the different types that i gave up! isn’t that an egg carton you started those little beans in?! that’s a good idea!!! how long do you usually keep them in the starter containers?

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  3. We always had green beans, and zucchini, and squash, and tomatoes, and cucumbers, and corn, and lots of other stuff, when my Grandma was alive. 🙁

    This year, I am going to go ahead and plant some tomatoes and onions. I may do some cucumbers or squash too. Not totally sure yet. It is going to be depressing to garden without her. 🙁

    Luckily, I still have tons of stuff we’ve always canned from previous years… 🙂

    Thanks for your encouragement on my blog Hadias 🙂

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  4. Your garden is growing wonderfully. Love the pictures as well, you are inspiring me to figure out how to grow a garden this spring!

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  5. Oh, they are getting so big!! Good job 🙂

    I linked your other post about your garden in my blog this morning!

    I’m sorry I don’t get around to commenting much anymore. I read everything through a feed but only comment when I have some extra time (like tonight). The moving and schooling have to come first right now… I know you understand but wanted to explain.

    {{{HUGS}}}

    God bless,
    Sallie

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