Before I studied organic gardening, I had hardly considered growing food. Now, the vegetable garden is my main focus.
This page is my main hub for introducing you to some important concepts on how to grow organic, so be sure to bookmark it.
The cool thing I've learned is that a vegetable garden doesn't have to be a weedy rectangle with straight rows and wide paths in the back corner of your property.
It can be part of a nice, curvy, organic bed right around your house, integrated with flowers, shrubs and trees.
My main reasons for having an organic vegetable garden are:
Even if this is your first year, you can inexpensively grow a lot of great food in only 100 square feet, picking up lifelong skills of self-sufficiency. And after a few years of intelligently improving your soil, that food will be a powerhouse of nutrition.
The following articles will give you basics tips for getting an organic vegetable garden going and then more advanced tips for growing healthy food.