One of the most common questions I receive is “What should I grow first?”. Here’s what I tell people our strategy was in response.
Watch as Carrie shows you the garden and talks all about our favorite cool season crops to grow in March.
March is one of our favorite times of the year for growing food. Life is beginning to emerge from the cold & dead of winter, and new sprouts are popping up everywhere!
Whether you are feeling under the weather or you are just trying to stay healthy, eating a diet with fruits and vegetables is essential! Maintaining a healthy diet is essential to boost your immune system and fight off sickness. You can even grow most of these plants right in your own backyard!
Smart Pots are fabric raised beds & containers that outperform standard containers. The sides allow air to come in, improving airflow, water drainage, and heat release properties. Simply unfold, fill with potting soil, and you’re ready to grow!
Spinach is an amazing cool weather crop that is one of our favorites! It tastes so much better directly from your garden than buying from the grocery store. You will be so impressed just like we were the first time we tried it! Spinach is a staple of our garden in the spring and fall.
There are many plants that will start producing food within just a couple months! Check out this video to see which plants we love to grow that produce food quickly!
Not all of us are fortunate enough to have space to grow in full sun. Many people live in apartments with a balcony and limited sunshine. However, there is lots of food you can still grow in limited sun!
Maintaining a healthy diet is essential to combat anemia and reverse the symptoms. You can even grow most of these plants right in your own backyard!
Although February can usher in some of our coldest temperatures of the year, it’s also the beginning of the planting season for many different foods! It’s also a great time to start planning your garden for the year and ordering seeds. Our free iOS, Android, & Web app makes growing food simple and I’m going to talk about some of the things you can start planting in February in Oklahoma.