test Our FREE Seed to Spoon iOS & Android app guides you through planting, growing, harvesting, and preparing over 60 different vegetables, fruits, and herbs!

We’ll guide you through setting up your garden and all aspects of growing. We'll also help you plan out your garden by providing information about which companion plants grow best next to each plant. You can also view which pests attack each plant and read about how to deal with them organically!

Download for iPhone, iPad, and Android from either the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store!

Why is it free?

Our goal has always been to make an impact on the world by helping people learn how to garden on their own.  Charging for this app would add a barrier between you and the help.  Thanks to your generosity, supporting us by visiting our site, downloading, reviewing, and sharing our app and website, and using our Amazon affiliate links, we do not have to charge, so we are not going to!



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Latest Blog Posts

Marjoram blog post

How to Grow Marjoram!

Marjoram is a beautiful evergreen plant that is a great addition to your garden. It helps to attract bees, butterflies, and birds.   How to Grow: Plant marjoram after your last spring frost or 8 weeks before your first fall frost. You can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App. Marjoram seeds will be planted 1/4 inch deep, 4 per square foot, in the full sun. Take […]

Catnip blog post

How to Grow Catnip!

These cat-attracting plants are not only fun for your cats, but also can have many benefits. They can be used to make herbal tea or to simply flower in your garden to attract bees. Catnip is also a great plant to have around to use as companion plants to help deter bugs away from your vegetables.   How to Grow: Catnip can be planted indoors 6-8 weeks before your last spring frost and transplanted outdoors […]

Asparagus blog post

How to Grow Asparagus!

Asparagus plants are quite the investment of time taking up to 3 years for a harvest. If you are planning on growing asparagus, make sure to plan ahead and set aside a section of your garden just for this.   How to Grow: Asparagus can be started indoors 10-12 weeks before your last spring frost and transplanted outdoors 2-4 weeks before your last spring frost. You can see specific dates for your location using our […]

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Who We Are

Hi! We’re Dale & Carrie Spoonemore and we decided in spring of 2015 that we wanted to start growing most of the vegetables our family of 6 eats. It’s been an incredible journey and we’ve learned a lot along the way. We want to share what we’ve learned and show how we transformed our backyard from an urban lawn into a sustainable and efficient organic food farm. Growing your own food doesn’t have to be difficult and we’re here to show how you can grow your own organic produce economically, efficiently, and sustainably. Click here to read more about how we did it all!

Why We Grow

We originally wanted to start growing our own food so we could eat healthier and save money. Dale’s mission to defeat anxiety and depression is another large reason why we got started. However, we quickly discovered there are many more benefits. We’ve found that the food that comes out of our garden tastes better than what we typically find in the grocery store! We also love being able to walk outside and harvest dinner each night. We’ve found that we eat much healthier when we have a constant supply of organic vegetables coming right from our own backyard. 

What We’re Doing

We’re here to show you that it isn’t difficult to start growing your own food. Here’s a blog post that explains how we decided to start From Seed to Spoon. Check out our  blog  and see what we’re growing, how we’re preparing it, and how we’re preserving it for future use. Watch our  videos  to see how we’ve transformed our backyard into a food farm and learn how you can too!

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