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I'm writing this on Earth Day, because it feels appropriate to shine a spotlight on earth's real super heroes, the pollinators.

Basil is a heat loving, fragrant herb that is easy to grow. This herb is happy to grow indoors in a sunny windowsill or outdoors during the warm summer months. 

Containers are a wonderful and easy way to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs. Container gardening is great for:

Above ground beds, or raised beds, are a great option for a garden. Raised beds are essentially a large box with no top and often with no bottom.
The method of gardening we prefer to use in our garden plots is the no-dig/no-till method. This method has been proven to protect the soil from erosion and keep it biologically active giving you healthier plants and fewer weeds.

When your seedlings are ready to be transplanted to your outdoor garden or container, there are a few steps to follow to ensure the transplant is successful.

Kale is a cool weather crop and does well planting in either the spring or fall. Kale is one of the most nutrient rich foods making it a wonderful plant to add to your garden! 
Before getting started, it's important to plan out the timing of your garden. Though seeds can begin indoors, they will need to be transplanted within a short amount of time to a larger container or garden space outdoors.
Setting up an indoor garden is a wonderful option for city dwellers and those with limited outdoor space. It is also a great way to extend your growing season.

Homegrown, vine-ripened tomatoes are more delicious than anything you can purchase in a grocery store. Here is our quick guide to growing tomatoes!

Green beans are an easy and fun vegetable to grow. Below is our guide from seed starting to harvesting!
Lettuce is a quick growing, cool-weather crop, that is a staple in our home garden. There are many different varieties, but they generally all have similar needs and the only difference falls in how they are harvested.