Grow Fruit, Vegetables and Herbs

Grow Food Easily With Our How-To Guides

Our gardening guides are written for beginners because we too are beginners!
Our desire to learn as much as we can to become self-sufficient will help
you get started on your own journey to home-grown food.

Easy Gardening Steps

How can you grow all types of fruit, vegetables, and herbs in your garden? We give simple steps on how you can produce your own crops that are natural and healthy. Easy steps to make growing your own a breeze.

Along with our growing guides, we provide guides on how to get the most from your garden. From companion planting – grouping plants to promote growth and deter pests. To a guide on how to get the most from your crops by using polytunnels. 

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Our Growing Guides

  • When to plant
  • When to harvest 
  • Temperature to plant 
  • Planting depth 
  • Plant spacing 
  • Direction 
  • Companion plants Soil PH level 
  • Sunlight amount
  • Drainage
  • Benefits 

Grow: Fruits ~ Vegetables ~ Herbs

Growing your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs has never been easier.  Just follow our seven simple steps to grow your own and enjoy the healthy aspects of this healthy lifestyle. Pick your favorite food to grow and follow the easy and simple steps to grow your own tasty treats.

Growing Facts 

You will find helpful facts for each food to make your garden a success—details for each plant, when, where, and how to plant, to make growing simple.

Time to plant

The best time of year for you to plant your seed, depending on location – the time from the last frost or the average temperature will help you plant on time.


prepare your soil for the greatest chance to have a successful crop.  Check the soil type and the Ph level for the plant to strive and produce the maximum output.


The depth that you will plant your seed and transfer to the garden or pot will allow for it to settle and grow to its potential.


We, like plants, need space to grow.  If we overcrowd your plants they will compete, so we tell you how far from the other plants the space should be.

Companion plants 

Your garden should be as nature intended it to be, therefore, we recommend companion plants.  Companion plants will help each other by deterring bugs, whilst taking nutrients they need which do not impact the growth of another, making for a friendly garden. 


Some plants like it hot! Some others not-so.  Plants placed in direct sunlight when they like the shade will stimulate growth unnecessarily and it could burn their leaves and make them dry out – making them unfruitful. 


Plants vary in the amount of water they need; overwatering can have adverse effects, our guide will give you the correct watering levels.


The correct drainage will give adequate moisture to the roots, allowing them the water that they need.


Fruits, vegetables, and herbs are essential for our diet and they all offer something different, keeping us healthy and strong.

Ground – Containers/Pots

Our easy steps provide details on what is best suited for growing in containers or planting in the ground.

Grow Your Own Food

Enjoy growing your own food.  The rewards are so beneficial!  Take pictures and share them with us, we’d love to hear how you get on.