Whether you’re an old hand at gardening but have never grown edible plants, or you’re new to gardening all together, here is a list of plants that are well suited to people who are considering growing something they can eat for the first time.
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I’ve linked to growing information from Organic Gardening magazine to help you get your container farming off to a good start. Going organic is really important when it comes to plants you are going to eat because eating chemicals (whether in the form of fertilizers or pesticides) is not very appetizing.
- Grow Your Own Food So Kids Will Eat Healthily
- Grow Your Own Salad Bowl
- Vegetables and Herbs You Can Still Plant Before Winter
- Vegetable and Herb Companion Planting
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