There are many benefits to growing your own vegetables, but saving money is not necessarily one of them. Some vegetables are simply cheaper to buy at the grocery store, and no amount of gardening savvy will result in a cost-saving benefit. Over the years we have experimented with many vegetable crops, and while saving money is not the prime reason we grow vegetables, it is a consideration in our choice of what to plant.
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How to Grow Your Own Organic Vegetables for Frugal Sustainability The Future is Abundant A great page about the philosophy and science of growing your own food in a sustainable fashion. Here's what can be done by a dedicated and hardworking family. 1/10 of an acre in the middle of the city. "Let's face it.
How to grow Vegetables, Vegetable Gardening "Vegetable Plants for sale" THE work of planning the garden in as much as it consists in deciding what and how much we shall plant and where we shall plant it-may very well be done long in advance of the season of active operations. Indeed, it is a distinct and pleasurable advantage to make the long winter evenings supplement the long summer days by devoting a portion of them to the seed catalogs and other garden literature.