Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
Another aspect of striving for sustainable prosperity is learning how to grow your own food. This is a page of wisdom I collect from many sources. Any expert gardener will tell you that you learn as you go. This is just a place to keep all those gems I get from community and beyond. Keep checking back for updates.
Happy growing! ~Aimee, TFF
1. Sport Hill Farm
2. Snow’s Farm
3. Ganim’s Garden Center
1. Fairfield Branch Library’s Seed to Seed Library – FREE Organic and Heirloom Seeds – See Marilyn’s post about it.
2. Comstock, Ferre & Co. in Old Wethersfield, CT – sells Baker Creek Heirloom and Organic Seeds – either take a trip to this beautiful New England American Revolutionary town or purchase from their online catalog.
3. Fedco Seeds Co. – Their plain and simple catalog format hasn’t changed in years, a good sign that they are putting their money into delivering high quality seeds.
1. Mother Earth News Magazine
2. Urban Farm