We live near a gardening center, which means organic vegetables, and I love those things. I’m not going to lie, it’s hard to find organic vegetables these days at the supermarket, or even the ones that I grow at home. Which is where I get my grocery shopping done! Anyway, I’m always looking for a new gardening center near me, so I can take my organic vegetables there. I love those vegetables, and I think everyone should grow them, if they can’t buy them where they live.
Ladybugs and Mealworms – Oh yes, you could get these at the grocery store, too. Kind of funny, huh? Because no gardening center near stores these days sells either mealworms or ladybugs, so diatomaceous earth kind of counts as a gardening center near me.
I’ve been using it at my homesteading plot for a few years now, and it works great there. Not only does it help keep pests away from your garden, it keeps the soil moist and helps prevent erosion. So my question to you is, do you have a garden plot, or do you have a homesteading plot? If you have a homesteading plot, you should look into getting a few garden hoses, too. And I’m not just talking about those cute little garden hose you see in the movies, I’m talking about actual garden hoses that spray nutrients right onto your garden soil.
What about using a little hose with pitch, instead of just a regular garden hose, to water your garden? Using a pitch based hose can make things like: keeping pests away from your vegetable crops, watering your plants when you’re away from home, and watering your garden without the use of a hoe. Plus, it’s kinder to the environment than a big bucket of water. That’s why it’s so much fun being able to homestead in my own little piece of South Carolina heaven – surrounded by miles of beautiful landscape and beautiful people!
So if you don’t already have a garden plot or don’t know what sort of things you might grow, why not check out homesteading rentals in SC? They’re not just for farmers, they’re for anyone who wants to get the benefits of homesteading easier and more efficiently. I’ve seen everything from tomatoes to peppers and a whole bunch of herbs like dill and basil. Some people even grow things like: berries (I love berry salads), grapes, melons and peppers and ottomans, for their juices.
The best part is that with the amount of acreage you can cover in a given year, your payment for a year’s time with a gardening center near Mecklenburg is just about the same as you’d pay at your local grocery store for one full growing season. Yippee! With all the fresh air, sunshine, and a variety of plants you’ll have no problem growing your own food for your family, and giving them something they can enjoy from birth, through childhood, into adulthood. A good gardening center near Mecklenburg would probably have everything you need to build a vegetable garden, and you’d be able to start growing right away. So what are you waiting for? Go build your own garden now.