Archive for January, 2011

PostHeaderIcon The 3 Easiest Vegetables To Grow Organically

Since childhood we have all been advised by our mothers to consume fresh vegetables and fruits as snacks and not potato chips. Snacking on fruits and vegetables like carrot are much better than having junk as snacks.

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The 3 Easiest Vegetables To Grow Organically

PostHeaderIcon Indoor organic veggie garden update 4

I decided to experiment and learn about growing my own organic vegetables indoors this winter. I was able to find all of the information I needed to get started from other peoples’ YouTube videos. Everything from the equipment and tools required as well as how to set them up. Also how to harvest my own seeds, plant them and care for them. This is the fourth video. Just 17 days after planting my first seeds/bulbs, my plants continue to grow. I will add more video updates as the growth of my plants progresses. So far, this has been very simple, inexpensive and fun! Anyone can grown their own fresh herbs and veggies indoors!

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Indoor organic veggie garden update 4

PostHeaderIcon Growing Organic Garlic

When should you not mulch garlic? Why should you not mulch garlic with straw? Does garlic keep bad insects out of your garden? These questions and more are answered in this article on growing organic garlic.

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Growing Organic Garlic

PostHeaderIcon My Indoor Vegetable Garden

Indoor vegetable garden. Lady beatles were released to fight aphids & white flies. Photo animation created by 3D-Album with add-on templates from 3DTime.

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My Indoor Vegetable Garden

PostHeaderIcon Growing Organic Broccoli

Growing organic broccoli successfully is simple with the right advice. In this article, we’ll reveal the secrets to getting large heads of broccoli. We’ll show you the basics of how to plant, grow, harvest, and store broccoli. Plus, we’ll show you how to prevent getting broccoli “buttons.”

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Growing Organic Broccoli