*** Your Guide to Successfully Dirty Thumbs! ***
Have you ever picked a fresh, red, ripe strawberry warmed by the sun and popped it into your mouth and felt the sweet juice trickle down your throat? Or listened to the snap of a fresh pea released from the pod into your favorite bowl? How about sinking your teeth into a crisply cooked ear of summer sweet corn?
It's a pretty sad testimony to most of the younger generation that they've never experienced the ecstasy of fruits and vegetables prepared within minutes of picking them from the stalks or vines.
It's a shame isn't it? Oh sure, we go to the supermarket and pick up so-called "fresh" fruits and veggies that are imported during the "off season." Melons from the opposite side of the equator, tomatoes grown in a hothouse and fruits chemically treated to last months in cold storage.
Summer vegetables and fruits in winter sounds great. But what is the price we are paying? These crops are processed to the nth degree and grown with pesticides that we turn a blind eye to. All for the sake of convenience.
It's understandable that people like having their fruits and veggies readily available. But, what are we sacrificing? More importantly, what are we teaching our children?
It's all about "instant gratification." If we can't have it NOW we don't want it. But have you considered the price we are paying for that gratification? Is there a better lesson to be teaching our children?
Yes, there is. How about growing it yourself? Yes, we mean planting a garden. What did you expect from a page about "The Really Easy Garden Guide?"
...but I don't have a green thumb!
You don't need one! Just be open to having a bit of a "brown" one. All you need is a little instruction.
Ask yourself these three questions:
1.What if you could feed your family fresh foods without preservatives?
2.What if you were able to insure a healthier diet?
3.What if there were a way to insure better nutrition?
Well, there is and you can learn to grown your own. If you are like many people the problem is finding out how to go about it when you have no experience.
You can find as multitude of information online about gardening. There's just one small problem. It will take an advanced degree in horticulture to understand most of it.
Instead of a that, what you need is a simple, practical guide to starting your own garden and doing it with a minimal amount of time, effort and money. We have that guide. It's called "The Really Easy Garden Guide."
and some of the best parts are . . .
* It's a really easy garden guide any can understand and use!
* It gets right to the nitty gritty. The author does what he teaches!
* Cost of the guide is minimal û you'll laugh at the price!
Our author, Max Gossage, really does practice what he preaches. His creation is short but very comprehensive. He teaches what you need to know in plain language. Take a look at what you'll uncover:
Learn how to plan your new garden.
Find out what tools you will need.
Discover what to plant and when.
Should you test your soil?
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