Your Vegetable Garden

Grow your own vegetables

FREE VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANS

There is something about growing your own vegetables that just 'feels' right to me. My parents and grandparents were also vegetable growers.

I find it so rewarding to wander out and just stand there looking at my very own produce trying to decide which specific ones to pick for our next meal.

It seems like I have been growing vegetables forever.

vegetables photo

I do have a few secrets to my success though and here they are.

1. COMPANION PLANTING

2. RAISED BEDS

3. NO DIG or LASAGNE

I can say without doubt this is the very best combination I know of to gain success with vegetables and flowers, it works for me without exception.

These 4 FREE companion planted vegetable plans have been designed by me. I have grown them myself so I know they are successful.

FOUR FREE COMPANION PLANTED VEGETABLE PLANS

The family vegetable garden I companion planted

THE FAMILY GARDEN

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VEGETABLES FOR ALL

SALAD DELIGHT

CIRCLE OF FOOD

For me there is no greater sense of elation than seeing the food I grew sitting on plates waiting to be eaten by family and friends.

It is truly astonishing how much food you can grow in a relatively small space.

I am a mix of emotions when I hand over excess produce to other people, I am sure other vegetable growers will understand what I mean.

I know they appreciate it but doubt they can truly comprehend just how much of 'me' went into producing that bundle of vegetables they are taking home.

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I have mainly had problems with snails and snakes so have a whole array of ideas on how to help control them using sustainable techniques.

I am also keen to encourage children to plant vegetables as it can help them to learn so much about nature, history, geography, family and patience. I do know they always have success using the no dig garden principles.

Growing your own vegetables in a natural and sustainable way is simply something money can't buy.



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