Hello and welcome to my vegetable garden. A vegetable garden is a good way to save money, eat healthy and organic. I grow and preserve a lot of our food. I freeze and jar many of the vegetables to consume in the winter. You don’t need a lot of space to grow food. Pots and containers are great ways to grow all kinds of vegetables. My garden has changed over the years. It started out with a few raised beds and a couple of pots. Over the course of 6 years, it grew to nine raised beds and a rainwater barrel. I think that’s where it will stay.
The vegetable garden first started out as a bunch of pots. Then grew into a few raised bed and some pots.
From there it grew to three beds and pots.
Consists of nine beds, some containers and a rainwater barrel.
Pictures of the current garden in spring.
Pictures of the current state of the garden in the summer.
I grow just about a little of everything. This garden produces tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, garlic, pumpkins, zucchini, lettuce, radishes, beans and peas. I also grow herbs like basil, thyme, mint, chives, oregano, parsley and sage.
If you are looking to start a vegetable garden try growing your vegetables in raised beds. Here are some advantages of raised gardening.
Here are pictures of some of the vegetables produced from the garden:
This is my rainwater barrel. It has an electric pump in it attached to a garden hose. I pay for town water so it also helps out on the water bill during the summer months.
As you can see, you can grow a lot of food with limited space. It just takes some planning and a little know how.
Check out my recommendations page for gardening products I recommend.
Here are some of my posts on how to grow your own food.
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