Growing Your Own Food from Seed

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If you’ve been thinking about growing your own food from seed, you may have changed your mind a time or two about it because it’s overwhelming to start something new. Or maybe you thought about growing your own vegetables, but you never really learned the major benefits of this undertaking, so you ignored your inner yearning because you have plenty of other things to do with your time.

Or maybe you already love to garden, but you start out your garden using potted plants or you plant seedlings, but have never started from the seeds. Whatever the reasons for considering this option, just know that there are many other wonderful benefits to undertaking this project.

To help you understand just how valuable this is, we’re going to share our favorite benefits about this topic with you below.

Growing Your Own Food from Seed Will Save You Money

First and foremost, many people unfortunately fail to realize the incredible value that they’ll get when buying packets of seeds. You can either purchase a Culinary Herb Seed Collection from Seed Needs, buy them from other online retailers, or go to your local garden store. Either way, you’ll save a great deal of money over the long run.

When you begin buying the right kind of seeds, you can start growing your own food right in your garden. If you love tomatoes, you’re going to love fresh tomatoes right off of the vine even more, and instead of paying $1.69 per pound, you won’t have to pay a penny.

The same holds true for your other favorite fruits and vegetables like cucumbers, strawberries, broccoli, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, turnips, Romaine lettuce, and so many more wonderful options. So seriously consider growing veggies from seed and realize that you’re going to save plenty of money on groceries when you do.

Growing Your Own Food from Seed Means You’re Eating the Healthiest Options Available
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Food security is a major issue in the US and other parts of the world. Unfortunately, many of today’s top growers are using unhealthy pesticides and insecticides, they are growing genetically modified Frankenstein foods, and you never know how healthy or unhealthy the vegetables and fruits really are when they reach your plate.

Guess what? You can eliminate all of your food insecurities immediately once you begin growing your own food in your backyard. Make sure you get your hands on seeds that haven’t been engineered or genetically modified, and you can start growing a diversity of plants right at home. You can avoid using fungicides, herbicides, and pesticides that are harmful to you and other human beings, and the food you grow will have high yields, amazing flavor, and many other favorable characteristics that you just don’t get from genetically modified plants.

Growing Your Own Food from Seed Means You Can Save Your Seeds for Next Year’s Planting and Harvest

If you do decide to grow your own plants from seeds, and you come to the conclusion that it’s the best option, you can then take it a step further and begin saving your seeds for next year’s harvest.

Not only will it save you money from buying seeds, it’s also a deeply satisfying and rewarding option that will make you feel really good about yourself. So when you’re chopping up cucumbers, remember to put some of the cucumbers seeds aside for the next growing season. The same holds true with all kinds of other vegetables and fruits like watermelons, tomatoes, squash, cantaloupes, honeydew melons, and hundreds or thousands of other potential options.

Conclusion

Clearly, growing your own food from seed is a great choice. You’ll save money, know exactly how healthy your food is, and you can even save seeds to plant next year. This really is a wonderful choice that provides continuous benefits for years to come.

 

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