10 Ways to Add More Veggies to Your Diet
Use part of your yard to plant a vegetable garden. You'd be surprised at how many types you can grow. Also, look into starting a community vegetable garden on unused or abandoned plots. Here are a few Web sites to get you started:
Burpee: A family-owned gardening and seed company that's been around since 1876.
Renee's Garden: Seeds in unique packets, including watercolor illustrations and planting instructions. Also sells organic seeds.
Planet Natural: Provides quality natural and organic products, including fertilizers, seeds, and gardening equipment.
Park Seed: Offers untreated, non-genetically-modified seeds, including certified organic.
Seeds of Change: Open-pollinated, organically grown, heirloom, and traditional vegetable and herb seeds.
Smith & Hawken: High-quality but expensive gardening products.
Gardens Alive: Environmentally responsible pest control.
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