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Vegetable Seeds

Starting Vegetable Seeds

Vegetable Seeds

Vegetable Seeds

Vegetable seeds  are easy to start and grow. Vegetable seeds are a lot cheaper than buying the plants already grown  for you. And you can grow vegetable seeds organically if you’d like. I choose to grow organic because I think the fruits and vegetables taste a lot better. But it’s really up to you. I feel better about the veggies I eat if I grow them myself and I’m sure you will too. I use only rain water from my rain barrels to water my vegetable seeds and I only use compost for fertilizer. I also grow my veggies in my greenhouse so that I actually get to eat the vegetables I grow and not feed the local wildlife.

Saving Your Vegetable Seeds

If you know you’re going to have a garden the next year you should save some vegetable seeds of the plants that you know you will be growing. Then the following years you will save more money gardening your vegetable seeds. I save my vegetable seeds every year and I’m always glad I did. You should also try to  grow enough to can your veggies it really saves money to have canned veggies in the winter time. They will always taste great too.  I will usually wait till about the end of the season to save the seeds because of their viability. The longer vegetable seeds sit the less viable they are. This is not true for all seeds some seed stay viable for thousands of years. But saving vegetable seeds can save you money and make you money also.

Harvest Time

At harvest time you will be happy to go and pick your fresh vegetables and put them right out to eat. The taste is amazing. A tomato grown in your yard and a tomato bought from the store don’t even compare. The taste of the home-grown tomato is out of this world and the taste of the store-bought tomato is so bland you can barely taste it. This is because the store-bought tomato is picked before it is ripe and the home-grown tomato ripens on the vine. There is a huge difference in the taste and that is a fact. Don’t forget to save your vegetable seeds. For more info check out http://makemoneygardening.org/

Thank You for Reading.

Jeff Gabelman

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