Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Zone 9 Garden

It's time to start planning and planting indoor vegetable seedlings for my kitchen garden - since I live in Zone 9. Yay!!
Did You Know?
A well-planned vegetable garden can turn a $50 investment in seeds and fertilizer into $1250 worth of groceries, according to a cost-analysis study by the Burpee seed company.
Above table courtesy of veggieharvest.com


Linda Lou said...

Hi Sabina, have you read Animal, Vegetable, Miracle-its about a family who only ate local for a year, and of course they grew most of their own stuff-it inspired me to attempt a real garden this summer...I am gonna check out this website...

peter said...

if you are looking for more detailed information on USDA plant hardiness zones, there is an interactive USDA plant hardiness zone map at http://www.plantmaps.com/usda_hardiness_zone_map.php which will allow you to locate your USDA zone based on zipcode or city.

alissa said...

i wont have my own garden for another year or so - but when i do ITS ON! cant wait

love your blog by the way!

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