Friday, January 21, 2011

Sowing Seeds


Many people live in apartments or small homes with no yard space for a garden plot. Others live in dry regions where the soil is barren. Some feel that they do not have the time or financial means to grow their own food. Yet with faith, diligence, patience and a little creativity, anyone can succeed in gardening. There is a worldwide crisis all over the world, so we need to be creative, by planting vegetables will help us to budget our money wisely and also vegetables it is good for our body it's healthy. We need to plant a garden were right in your own home. We can plant vegetables in used containers-anything from laundry soap containers to kitty litter buckets. We will be amazed at the amount of food could produce in the small containers. We can used boxes, buckets, bottles, and other containers can be used to turn small spaces into productive gardens. I love the challenge of container gardening.

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