The warm weather is here. Want to plant an organic garden? I've got some app suggestions to help you out.
Nothing is more delicious than having veggies right out of your own garden. Tomatoes, eggplant, carrots, green beans... Yum, am I right? And you don't even have to worry about stopping at the store because you don't have any tomatoes for taco night (a regular problem in our household). Gardening is not only a great hobby but lets you have great ingredients if you also enjoy cooking as a hobby.
But with a garden, there's a lot of things to think about. The first thing that you want to do is to download a good weather app onto your phone. You want to know what the weather is going to be like - is it going to be cold, are you going to have rain or is it going to be hot? Having a garden means that you don't have to just worry about closing the windows when it rains or turning on the AC if it gets too hot. It means you have to make sure your garden gets plenty of water. So, the first thing you want to do is download a weather app. My favorite is Grumpy Cat Weather. You get the weather with a side of snark.
Got your weather app? Good. Now, you have to figure out where you're going to put your garden and what you're going to plant in it. Sadly, not every vegetable is going to grow well in all climates. Apps can help grow delicious vegetables you and your family will love without extra aggravation (notice I said extra aggravation, I don't promise there won't be any!)
Finally, now it's time to get the stuff you need to put in your garden. Seeds, dirt, fertilizer, and your tools. These can all be gotten on the Lowes app. Since you're growing an organic garden, you'll want to stay away from pesticides and other items like that. Unfortunately, you can't buy things like praying mantis and ladybugs on the Lowes app. However, they both can be bought on eBay. Just make sure that you don't allow the praying mantis to hatch in your house. There's a legend of that happening in our family. You'll be finding babies for weeks. The good news is that you won't have any other bugs in your house. The bad news is you'll have loads of little praying mantis. So, make sure that the egg cases hatch outside or in the habitat if you purchase them with a habitat.
There you are. You have all the apps you need to get started on your organic garden. Good luck and we hope that you have a lot of success. May you enjoy the fruits (or veggies) of your labor this year!
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