It would be great if we could increase the amount of backyard gardens.
You have a desire to have your own organic garden.
You want to grow veggies, herbs, and fruits without pesticides or pests.
You want the flowers and the feasts!
Are you curious about edible landscaping, or how to set up your garden? No need to stress, you can relax. I can give you the dirt you need.
Do you feel like its time to have your own vegetable garden, but don’t know where to start?
Do you know the basics of gardening, but don’t seem to be getting anywhere with self-sufficiency and your personal homestead?
Let me lend my expertise to you and give you some homesteading help so that you can grow the urban farm you’ve been dreaming about for months or years. Learn how to grow your own veggies, herbs, and fruits in your own yard or patio. I have years of gardening experience, a teaching degree and a degree in soil science. I lead small workshops and one-on-one consultations.
Empower yourself and feed your family the good stuff!
I teach online garden workshops covering organic gardening for the home gardener or the market. My workshops are online. When you sign up you get an email with the video to instruct you. You don’t have to know how to plant a garden or what plant grows best here. My workshops cover the information and skills you need to grow your own garden.
You can learn to grow food for yourself or for market, even if you’ve never tried. Even if you’ve failed before, we can find the method that is successful for you and your life.
Give my services and expertise a try. I’m chocked full of garden planning ideas to help you start enjoying your own homegrown veggies!
If this is your first garden or you’re starting a new garden, or you just want to learn how to have a green thumb, you will get support here from me.
Online garden design and consultations in Upstate South Carolina: covering Greenville, Travelers Rest, Greer, Taylors, Cleveland, and more. Also serving Western North Carolina in Waynesville, Clyde, Asheville, Hendersonville, Fletcher, Flat Rock, and Arden.