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    I love color.

    beautiful beets / Jennifer Chong

    Growing your own food can help cut the cost of the grocery bill. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars and month at the grocery store on foods that don’t really nourish you, spend time in the garden, outside, exercising, learning to grow your own food.

    Rainbow Carrot Mix - six crazy colors, 250 heirloom seeds, spring garden, fun for kids, non GMO

    growing tomatoes

    Grow 14 of the most colorful veggies! See them here:

    Chopped Thai Salad with Sesame Garlic Dressing /

    root storage bin - love the functionality and look

    Radish... | Flickr : partage de photos !

    One pinner said: This is how I'm growing my Carrots this year. Learned it by accident last year. The post has a great tutorial.

    perennials to plant once and harvest year after year. Artichoke, asparagus, sunchokes, garlic/onions/chives, and many lettuce/mesclun greens. I would LOVE to have an asparagus bed.

    Rainbow Kid Garden by notjustahousewife...: Red, yellow, and purple tomatoes, rainbow mix carrots, black radishes, blue potatoes, and colored cauliflower. What a fun idea! #Kids #Garden #Rainbow_Kid_Garden #notjustahousewife

    Dollar store hamper turned veggie net

    colored carrots

    Parisian Carrots (55 days)...A great little round carrot that is a nineteenth-century French heirloom. It "excels in clay or rocky soil where other carrots have problems developing properly". They say it works great for containers.

    Great set up for a veggie garden, blocked from the dog or other animals.

    Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

    Veggie BFFs: Companion Planting for a Healthier Garden