Check out how to grow 13 common veggies at : More importantly- buy organic whenever you can and experiment with the seeds and tubers you eat to try to grow more. If it has a green- such as radishes- you can add them to soupsThanks! Enjoy!
Don't throw out the foam peanuts or bubble packing material the next time you get a box in the mail; put them to use. When filling outdoor planters, sub the packing material for up to half the soil. The plant won't know the difference, the container will be lighter, and you'll use less soil. Place the packing material in a plastic bag at the bottom of the pot, and cover with the soil.
Stop! Don't throw out that milk jug or that oatmeal carton! Things like this can easily be repurposed into garden planting containers! Find out how here!
Don’t Cut Those Grasses! The Mistake Even Pros Make
Are you a big coffee drinker? If you are, you will have used coffee grounds. Don't throw them away...used them in the garden. There are many ways to use them. Camellias, hydrangeas, and roses are all nitrogen loving plants so the coffee grounds help. The grounds are also a great deterrent for slugs and snails around hostas and other plants that the pests love.
Don't throw away your teabags. Here's 10 reasons why you should plant them instead
Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening: How to Grow Nutrient-Dense, Soil-Sprouted Greens in Less Than 10 Days (Paperback)
Don’t Throw it, Grow it! Review from The Etsy Blog. This is a great review of the book, Don’t Throw it, Grow it!. The book includes tips on how to grow houseplants from fruit and veggie scraps, including sweet potato, chickpeas, mango and water chestnuts. A great indoor gardening book for kids and adults!