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When you start a home vegetable garden you will find out how easy it really is

With inflation and the price of gas going through the roof it is time to start planting your very own home vegetable garden. So after you have finished thinking about it and the money you will save by not relying on the supermarket system, it is time to put it into action.

And means looking at your lawn and saying to yourself, where do I want my home vegetable garden. 

Pick a good spot, I always start my first vegetable garden as far away from the house as possible and that usually means along the back fence. You can start anywhere. But once you start you canít change until the next winter. Anyway why would you want to change back to grass, you canít eat grass. And once you have tasted your home grown vegetables there is no going back to the 12,000 kilometer salad that you buy from the supermarket shelves. Also when you realize how much money you donít spend in the supermarket youíll never go back. 

If you are still not convinced how easy vegetables are to grow just drop a few squash, pumpkin and watermelon seeds under a leaking outside tap and watch then crawl all over your lawn. 

Just keep moving the runners along your house or beside the fence, and that way you will still have some lawn left to mow. There is a bit of a learning curve to home vegetable gardening but after a few seasons you can forget about going to the supermarket for vegetables. You may have to set up a stall at the local farmerís market to sell the excess vegetables you canít eat.

For more information about how to grow vegetables check out our Vegetable Gardening page 





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