Growing your own food is a great way to optimize your health and wellness. Fresh whole foods provide better enzymes and vitamins. As a Naturopath, and Holistic Health Practitioner I encourage all my clients to eat more local produce. Would you like to start a garden but have no idea where to start? We offer short-term consultations for guidance on planning, developing and maintaining a garden on your property or as a gift for a neighbor or relative. Does your child's school have a garden? We can coordinate with local schools to create a learning garden for students. Does your neighbor reminisce about how they used to grow their own herbs, tomatoes, and peppers? Yet they are not mobile enough to till the earth and plant seeds? That's where we come in. When your veggies are ready, share your bounty with a Harvest Party. We send a Professional Chef to prepare culinary delights with your garden fresh produce. Invite your friends over to enjoy!
Spring Garden Consultations
Getting ready to plant a Spring garden requires lots of planning and preparation. When starting from organic seeds, it's necessary to soak, and germinate some seeds before putting them directly in the soil. Make a list of the foods you would like to grow and call to schedule an on site consultation.
Fall Garden Consultations
The transition from Summer to Fall is swift and requires lots of hands on deck to harvest the last yeild from the summer and repare for planting fall plants. Depending on your soil depth and quality, there are specific plants that are great for Fall. Have your friends, family and your neighbors that shared the bounty during the summer over to help prepare your space for cabbage, collards and kale.
Breaking New Ground Service
Starting from scratch can be hard work without the proper tools. Even with a professional-grade tiller, you need to be in good physical condition to break ground for a garden. For the elderly or disabled this can be a discouraging obstacle. Let us help you prepare your plot to recieve the seeds or plants.
Herb/Container Garden Consult
If you are not ready to commit to a full garden, then start with a container garden. There are a variety of plants that thrive in flower pots and other containers. Peppers, tomatoes, and herbs can even be brought indoors once the cold hits to stretch out their growing season.