Tips from Toby – Bring Spring Early
Tired of the cold and Winter blahs? We've got some easy ways to bring Spring early and it will add some tasty treats! It's time to get some spring going and plant our gardens indoors. Watch this tip and get some great herbs, veggies, and more growing now. From an easy windowsill herb garden to container gardening you can get growing today. They'll be ready for warm air and grill season!
Planting with Family
The prices of fresh fruits and vegetables continue to sky rocket. Planting great things to eat or add flavors with your entire family is a great way to introduce new menu items, save money and teach your kids the value of where food comes from. This week we show you some easy ways to get great things growing and how to get your children or grandchildren to enjoy the process!
Get the Family Growing!
It doesn't take much more than some small containers, soil and a visit to your nursery to get growing as a family. My kids planted over 9 herbs, tomatoes and some stunning flowers this week and they had so much fun. They were nibbling at the mint, trying basil for the first time and of course, enjoying a strawberries & ice cream.
Container gardening with your family is not only fun and tasty but it teaches our children to appreciate where their food comes from. They're also more willing to try new things and you get fresh grown produce at a huge savings over grocery store prices. Watch the tip today and get growing with your family now!
Herbs, Chimichurri & Grilling!
Grilling season is finally here despite our late Spring. It's also not too late to get some fresh herbs in raised beds or containers to liven up your recipes. We have The National Golf Club of Kansas City's Chimichurri recipe for you to use those herbs to create a great herbaceous sauce for meats, fish, chicken and more. Plus… so you don't become a statistic we have fantastic advice on making sure your grill does not become a bomb as happens to thousands of people each year. Watch the tip now and get to grilling with our great recipes and more!
Hydroponic gardening is soilless gardening and has been around since the hanging gardens of babylon thousands of years ago.
With soaring food costs many home enthusiasts are rediscovering the benefits of hydroponic gardening today because it is easy to do, requires very little maintenance and gives higher yields. You don't need a green thumb and can grow great food to eat 365 days per year. A starter kit is just under $100 and you can grow everything from herbs to lettuce and veggies and have them ready, fresh and delicious anytime!