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You Too Can Grow Food In Dirt!

Woohoo! A brainless infographic to help us non-gardeners figure out how to garden! It's not too late to start your garden, though your green-thumbed friends have probably got a pretty decent head start on you. Not to worry! Check out the great infographic below to help you decide what vegetables are suitable for you to grow, depending on where you can grow them (in a plot in the ground or in pots) and what time of year you get around to sowing your seeds or starts. Starts are seeds that have already been given a head start in life and are ready to go in your plot or pots.

As always, if you're looking for wonderful organic seeds that are suited to the Northeast there's no one better than our neighbors at Fruition Seeds!

And as for me? This year I'm just going to eat food other people grow in dirt. Ask me again next year! :)

source: http://eatdrinkbetter.com/2014/07/10/when-to-plant-vegetables-infographic/