Zucchini!!! – How to Quick Pickle + 3 Delicious Recipes

There comes a time in every gardener’s life when you have zucchini growing out of your ears. If you’ve ever grown zucchini, you know: one day, they are just small green plants, the next thing you know, there are zucchini EVERYWHERE!

Check out my three favorite zucchini recipes. Kids love these recipes too. It’s a great way to have some family fun.

I mean, who doesn’t love a crunchy pickle?!

Click here to grab the recipe book mentioned in the video 

One Thing You Can Do to Get More Homegrown Harvest On Your Plate

Stuck in a garden rut? Trying the same things over and over without seeing the results you’re looking for?

Maybe it’s time to try something new and find a new perspective.

Gardening is all about your mindset.

When you think you’re stuck… you really are stuck. So here’s one thing that will help you see new possibilities. It works every time.

4 Types of Garden Hacks, PLUS Never Lose Your Garden Tools Again

Maybe you can relate… My home has three garden trowels and typically, NONE of them can be found. They get lost and we waste precious time hunting for our garden tools instead of gardening. Who’s great idea was it to make garden tools the same color as the Earth and the plants, anyway? They blend in so well, making them difficult to find!

I was fed up… a solution was long overdue. So, I shared four HACKS with my housemates and guess what? No more lost tools!

So a “HACK” is a new way of doing something that  makes it easier, simpler, or faster and reduces frustration.  Who knew we would need a hack to find our tools, but we did 😉

There are four types and you can use these strategies to solve just about any problem in your garden.

Plus… join us for the Garden Hack Summit! It airs July 25-28. Here’s the link to claim your spot: https://GardenHackSummit.com

You’re invited! Garden Hack Summit airs July 25-28

The 2nd annual Garden Hack Summit is here!
Airing July 25-28.

Discover tips and tricks from 13 visionary gardeners to help you put more homegrown harvests on your plate with less effort.

When we air LIVE, you’ll have a chance to get your questions answered, too.

Register here for all the details: https://gardenhacksummit.com

Join us for the fun. Did I mention we have garden prize giveaways from our sponsors over at the Grow Network, Seeds for Generations, and of course Grow Your Own Vegetables? Because we do!

#1 Gadget for Vegetable & Herb Gardeners to Improve Harvests

Did you know your vegetable and herb plants can get stressed? Well, guess what happens to stressed out vegetable and herb plants in your garden… just like you, they are more susceptible to viruses, bacteria, and even pests! That’s no fun. So, let’s focus on less stress in the garden, because that means thriving vegetable and herb plants that produce MORE homegrown harvests.

One of the major ways that plants stress out is when they get too little water and ALSO when they get too much water!

So here’s my #1 gadget for all vegetable and herb gardeners to help you grow thriving vegetables that don’t stress out AND for more seasoned gardeners, you can use this gadget to optimize your harvests in terms of quantity and also flavor. This is why homegrown tastes best!

Plus, join us at the Garden Hack Summit for more awesome tips, tricks and techniques to grow more food right at home! https://gardenhacksummit.com

More Harvest, Less Work – Harvest Club Registration for Founding Members is OPEN!

You may have heard the rumors about the NEW beta-membership program, called Harvest Club, that’s brewing over here at Grow Your Own Vegetables.

Whether you’re still trying to get started planting your garden or your garden is well underway, Harvest Club is the place for you to really move forward powerfully with weekly guidance.

We are dedicated to helping you grow more homegrown vegetables and herbs with less effort. 

The first three months are a beta-phase and it’s all about connecting with a community of awesome gardeners and getting inspired so you can finally get your garden done. Today’s the day! Join me as a founding member of the new Harvest Club.

Founding Memberships are only available until midnight July 2. Register for monthly plan here: https://growyourownvegetables.org/harvest-club-monthly/ Or BEST deal… register for yearly plan here: https://growyourownvegetables.org/harvest-club-yearly/

One tip to increase your yields… no matter where you garden

Have you ever had something in the garden NOT go according to your plan? Sometimes it’s hard to shake it off and feel good again when the garden is a bit overgrown and everything feels like chaos. 

Here’s the good news: There’s something you can do to get CLOSER to your garden plans… to improve your results.

And anyone can do this. This is what makes my garden more FUN, too. 

Discover one thing that can totally change your garden overwhelm.

P.S. It’s coming… details about Harvest Club! Make sure you are signed up to my email list to hear all about it next week: https://growyourownvegetables.org

What’s eating my garden greens? (5 most common pests)

You’re planting lots of food in your garden, specifically greens… and all of a sudden there’s someone else eating all your food before you have a chance to harvest it… ARG!

Everyone has some pests that show up in the garden. The first step is identifying which pests will be an issue for your local conditions. Here’s 5 (actually 6) of the most common culprits and how to tell which one you have.

10 Principles – Successful Fresh Food Preservation System

Here it is! The simple system for preserving the garden harvest. Creative meals, delicious recipes and easy techniques to ensure you have healthy food right in your pantry, year round… even when you don’t feel like cooking. These 10 principles will get you started right! And you can shortcut the whole process and simply copy my Harvest Into Meals system when you register for my Preserve the Harvest class… Register here: https://growyourownvegetables.org/preserve/

Container or Raised Bed Garden: What’s the difference?

Gardening is a language just like Spanish or Russian, and the tricky thing about learning a new language? There are rules, which are easy to remember… And then there are exceptions.

Two words that can be very tricky in gardening are “containers” and “raised beds”. And it’s important to know the difference, because they WAY you garden in each can be completely different.