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Gardening and Nature
  "Green Thumb" be damned!
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Post: March 7, 2020

The Gardening Series

 

harvest

Now's the time to start a garden to augment your food supply. As you stock your kitchen for a possible quarantine, you'll have your own supply of fresh vegetables. An added benefit: Your time gardening will be an excellent stress releaser as you move through these difficult times.

In a co-creative garden you work directly with nature to get answers to your questions. And it doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a life-long gardener. You can start a small garden with just a few vegetables and if you don't have outdoor space, you can start a few pots near a sunny window.

Using the simple Gut Gardening instructions in this excerpt, you can get started right away.

Along with the first installment of our Gardening Series here, it's a snap to begin.

 

squash flowers

If you've already started a co-creative garden that is exclusively flowers and you would now like to include vegetables, take a deep breath and start over. Don't just plunk a vegetable in an already planned flower garden. You won't be sorry when you see the results. Click here for that first simple step.

If you have been following our Gardening Series, and have no changes, continue with your next step here.

 

Anytime you feel overwhelmed or get stuck, call our Question Line. We will encourage you, get you unstuck and help you keep it manageable and simple.

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