Farm

Eating fresh picked food will change your life.

I grew up thinking I hated peas because they were disgusting mushy things that came in a can.

Now I understand that fresh peas picked off the vine, then shelled and eaten right there in the garden is one of the great joys in life.  As soon as they are picked the sweet sugars start turning to starch so there is only a fleeting moment to taste how amazing a garden pea can really be.

I didn't grow up on a farm or even with a garden.  I had no idea where food came from at all, besides of course that it came from the supermarket. It wasn't until I was much older that I took an interest in gardening and learning to grow my own food.

The funny thing about gardening is that it's completely addictive.

There is a romance in growing things yourself. You get swept up in rooting on the tiny seedling, watching something grow like it's magic.  The pride you feel when you pick your first (or millionth) tomato cannot be beat.  Ask any gardener about their plot and be prepared for an excitement filled story full of details on what they are growing, an analysis of the weather and a list of what bugs are crazy this year.  We are an enthusiastic bunch.

Most people miss out on all this joy and I want to change that.

Gardening has a reputation for being complicated and elitist (cue the crazy woman in every movie pruning roses).  If you listen to some, they will tell you that you need a ton of very expensive equipment and know a lot of chemistry in order to grow anything.  It seems like too hard to get started.

But what if I told you it's not complicated and you can totally do it. 

You can start simple.  You don't need a farm or even a yard to grow things.  You can grow food anywhere - in pots, on a windowsill, in your front yard. I want everyone to taste a fresh picked something because once you do, you won't be able to stop.

And I am here to help you.

We have a ton of things in the works to help you grow and eat delicious things.  Stay tuned!