Growing Your Own Fruits and Vegetables to Save Money Greenville SC
Learning how to grow your own food can be an enriching process that not only is enjoyable, but saves you money. There are even foods that grow indoors!!. Find out much more about the food growing process.
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Growing Your Own Fruits and Vegetables to Save Money
How to Plant and Grow Your Own Food Hard times present challenges, but also create opportunities. If you find your budget stretched to the max, you may want to think about ways you can adjust.
Growing your own food might be one way to take some of the strain off your budget, while providing your family with more nutritious food. It's also a good way to connect with the Earth, and is easier than you might think!
Even if you are an apartment dweller, you can grow your own fresh vegetables and herbs. If you have a small yard or lot you might also want to grow berries and fruit.
Read on for step-by-step directions and helpful tips. 1
What Do You Need to Grow Your Own Food?Growing your own vegetables, fruits and herbs, requires only very basic supplies. You need a piece of ground or containers for soil. You need sunlight and warmth while the plants are sprouting and growing. You need soil, water, perhaps fertilizer, and some basic tools for working the soil. Of course you will also need some seeds or seedlings. You can literally start a very bountiful home garden for less than $50.
Here is a checklist of what you will need:
- An area to grow your food: Either in your garden, or inside.
- Soil: Loose, dark, with no large stones.
- A trowel: Available at any hardware or gardening store.
- Seeds: A seed catalog or packets of purchased seeds.
- A watering can.
- A hoe (if cultivating outside).