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How do I grow organic vegetables?

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Grow vegetables, buy vegetables – which is a better option? In our modern, fast-paced society where speed is the essence, most people would opt for buying vegetables. Pushing your shopping cart down the supermarket aisles while enjoying the cool air-con after work is probably a relaxing task that you enjoy too. Besides the convenience, the readily available and wide variety of vegetables also makes groceries shopping an easy task.

So, why grow vegetables when you can get them easily from the supermarkets?

Growing your own vegetables has several advantages. Just as home-cooked meals are healthier and better than  food consumed outside, growing your own vegetables allows you to control what goes into the soil and the plants. Although growing your own vegetables may sound tough to the clueless, it can actually be interesting if you adopt a fun attitude and rope in your family members too.

Still not convinced about putting your hands into vegetable gardening? Here are 5 good reasons to encourage you to grow your own vegetable garden.

1. Enjoy fresh veggies anytime you want it

Imagine harvesting your own vegetables from your garden a minute ago and enjoying a bowl of delicious salad the next minute. Having your own DIY vegetable garden allows you to savor your favorite vegetables anytime you want it, even in the middle of the night.

2. Organic vegetables free from pesticides

Being the gardener, you decide how you want your veggies to be grown. You can learn more about organic gardening and grow fresh vegetables that are free from pesticides and chemicals. You can even make your own fertilizers and do your part to save the earth.

3. Strengthen family bonds 

Gardening is a wonderful activity that can strengthen family bonds if you get your family members involved as well. And if you choose to plant vegetables, you can literally enjoy the fruits of your labor. Do you have young children at home? Get them involved too. What better way to teach our next generation about nature, recycling and saving the earth than to have them cultivate interest in this area at a young age!

4. Relaxation and Natural Therapy

Vegetable gardening, in fact, any forms of gardening is a good form of relaxation for our busy minds. Besides taking nature walks, you can also try gardening, which many have said to be therapeutic and helps to de-stress.

5. Save more money

Yes, growing your own vegetables can help you to save money. It doesn’t cost much to get seedlings,  gardening tools or flower pots and containers. All it takes is your dedication and passion for your labor to turn into a bountiful harvest.

Vegetable gardening is not just for those who have a garden or backyard. If you stay in an apartment, you can consider indoor vegetable gardening. And if you want to maximize your gardening space, get the Gardman R687 4-Tier Mini Greenhouse, where you can have 4 sturdy shelves to plant your favorite vegetables at your balcony.

 

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