In today's world of uncertainty, the one thing everyone can agree on is the need to eat better for improved health and resilience. There is literally no better time that NOW, to start growing your own food. Whether you have a window, balcony or backyard, there is a way everyone can grow something these days. It can be sprouts and mircogreens on your windowsill, and old storage container converted into a self-watering container or a full yard of food. It just take some courage and a little time. Yes, you will have some seeds that don't sprout, seedlings that die but if you stick with it, I promise the rewards are amazing. Nothing tastes as good as a sugar snap pea picked with the morning dew on it, or a vine-ripened tomato. One of the easiest vegetables to grow is peas; it's also my children's favourite. So much so, that I usually don't even get any, unless I beat them out to the garden in the morning. Peas can also be grown in a container with a few sticks in it to support the vines. Watch below to see how easy it is to plant peas in a small wooden box right in your own yard or balcony.
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Hi I'm Vesna Bosnar. I'm a mother, architect, gardener, explorer, educator and scientist. I want to share my love of gardening and learning through exploring and experimenting in the garden and kitchen with your family. Please join me to try out new things and allow your minds to explore all the possibilities of vegetable gardening and cooking.