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Every year we plant a small organic garden, filled with our favorite vegetables and strawberries. Since we buy organic produce from the local farmers market, it helps keep the costs down by growing some of the vegetables ourselves. Not for strawberries though, we buy those in bulk every Wednesday and are often out by the weekend. Our little strawberry plant could never keep up with the demand around here. :)
We normally use organic soil but this year we tried out organic plant food, tomatoe and vegetable food as well. I used the plant food for a new flower I planted to decorate my patio. So far it's worked great at keeping my plant thriving. I have to admit I normally have bad luck potted flowers, but I like the color these flowers bring to my patio so I'm hoping that will soon change.
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We gave a bag of the tomato and vegetable food to my in laws. This year they planted the vegetables in large barrels, making it less work to keep up with.The garden is looking great! I can't wait to eat all the veggies from it this Summer.
I think the first thing I'm going to make is a grilled veggie pizza. I keep hearing how good grilled pizza is but have never tried it. Do you have a favorite grilled pizza to share? I would love to hear it!