Yes, it costs $ to put in a garden, but you will definitely get a great return on your investment. I like to can tomatoes and make jelly. Getting back to what our grandparents did is not only healthier, but smarter!
There is a lot of info and help online if you don't have someone to teach you. http://www.ehow.com/how_2052 866_grow-small-vegetable -garden.html
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267If you don't have space for a full size garden, a great way to incorporate fresh food into your diet is to plant container gardens. The accomplishment of growing & nurturing a tomato, pepper, carrot...plant or seed to produce nutrient rich, flavorful fresh food can't be beat.
Clay pots are usually less expensive & plant boxes are good for herbs and miniature carrots. It's really easy I promise you. I had my 1st container garden on a concrete patio outside my apartment years ago. That is how my passion for gardening started. It's that first flavor explosion bite, Enjoy!
Plant a garden. You will save a lot of money by eating all the vegetables that you grow. You can freeze or can the extras or sell them at a roadside market. We even can vegetable soup using all the vegetables that we grow. If you plant early enough, you can usually get in two plantings a summer
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