Grocery Store Gardening. I'm often asked if the fruits and vegetables purchased from a grocery store can be planted to produce more food. The answer is, yes! And not only can you plant fruits and vegetables, but nuts and spices, too.
Download the free social plant app GrowIt! and follow users like "mckennaleeann" to learn how to do things like grow your own Pineapple! There are all sorts of neat tips and tricks out there. No matter which sorts of plants you're into, GrowIt! has something for you!
This is a wonderful site to plan a garden from start to finish. You tell it where you live; it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you and gives you daily reminders of what to do to your garden.
You Don't Have To Settle For Store Bought Tomatoes Over The Winter. Better options for indoor winter tomatoes are “indeterminate” varieties, those that continue growing and producing indefinitely. Furthermore, I’ve found that cherry and plum types, bearing small fruits in abundance, are more productive than large slicing types.
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.