By Jenny Harrison
Special Contributor

Not looking forward to watering a lawn this spring and summer? Have you thought about replacing the grass with a vegetable garden? Growing your own fruits and vegetables in an organic garden has more benefits than we can list. Knowing that your food has no chemicals gives one peace of mind and keep them and their family healthy. 

Starting Up An Organic Garden

When you’re gardening without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, that’s called organic gardening. It doesn’t only require replacing manmade chemical foods with natural food – it is an entire system.

Jump for some interesting ideas for an organic garden to help you grow fresh, delicious, and chemical-free food.