to make growing your own food easy for beginner gardeners & aspiring homesteaders
You have goals for your garden — you want to be closer to nature, teach your children where their food comes from, live a healthier lifestyle, maybe even grow enough of your own food to be self-sustaining. You have visions of homemade preserves, fresh fruit pies, and home-grown herbal teas for every ailment.
Or maybe you’ve just been watching a lot of cottage-core videos on youtube (I’m not gonna judge).
The truth is, gardening IS a beautiful lifestyle! It makes us feel good in body and mind to get out into the sun and sink our hands into the soil.
You can’t sprout so much as a nasturtium seed
You lose your kale to worms (happens to the best of us)
Your plants wither and droop (are you watering too much? Not enough?)
You’re not sure when to harvest (is this squash ready yet?!)
Should those leaves be curling that way?
And, my favorite: WHAT IS THIS BUG!?!?!?!?!?
No, you don’t have a “black thumb” — here’s what green thumbed gardeners won’t tell you: