Vegetable & flower transplants (and sometimes the surplus from my garden!): tomatoes, peppers, herbs, flowers, and more.|
It started in containers on a roof and now my goal is not to have any grass. Who needs grass when you can grow food? We need a food revolution where food production is more than just about profits. It’s about reconnecting with the land and it’s ability to grow life and building community. For the past 6 years I’ve leaped into the world of local food production for a number of reasons. One, simply put - it’s healthier. Two, it tastes better. Three, it’s good for the planet. Four, it builds community. Five, it feeds the soul. I am not an expert. This is a journey and one where we’ll learn and hopefully GROW from many, many "failures". That’s life right? I start all my plants from seeds in my dining room and greenhouse and use no chemicals. I try to grow a variety of high demand, heirloom, and rare seed varieties.
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All my seeds come from Seed Savers and Baker's Creek. I try to find a mixture of high demand, heirloom, and rare varieties. I don't use any chemicals. I use an organic fish fertilizer on the transplants. In my own garden, I use horse manure from family friend's no-spray, organic farm and remnant prairie.