Vegetable patch

It doesn't matter if you live in a flat or a mansion. Trust me, you can always do a little. Lettuce will grow in a small plant pot. If you have room for two little pots, you can go through a whole season with a salad a day never having to buy any. If you grow fresh herbs on your windowsill you will not only be more likely to use them in your cooking, you will be getting the best of the health benefits they have to offer. Not everyone can grow everything, some things require more room than others, but every little bit helps. I don't have a garden, but in plant pots on the roof I have been growing lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pumpkin, melon, watermelon, strawberries, raspberries, and loads more. I have no official knowledge in gardening. I try things. Sometimes they work, like my strawberries which have been producing fruit pretty much 50 weeks a year, and some fail - the watermelon only got as big as a tomato. Okay. But I try, and no cucumber will ever taste as good as the one that was picked 5 minutes ago. I will share with you here the advice I can, the knowledge I have acquired about organic gardening, and pictures of the produce. The most important thing to remember is that if you have a little organic veg patch, you get to eat the healthiest, freshest and cheapest food, all grown with love. You get to eat the right food, at the right season, and that's just about as good as it gets, if you ask me...

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