Are you inspired by the bounty at your local farmer’s market? Tired of tasteless tomatoes and limp lettuce? Then it’s time to get growing. Whether your home’s in Sarasota or Atlanta, a luxury home in Houston, a condo in California or a townhome in Tampa, you can grow fresh, flavorful produce in containers right in your own backyard, patio, balcony or sunny window sill.
If you’re not sure how to get started, dig this article from the USDA’s Healthy Garden Workshop Series. It covers everything from choosing the right container and soil, to plant selection, feeding and watering.
Even novice gardeners will give two green thumbs up to these 5 Best Pieces of Advice including why you should start with herbs.
Would you rather watch plants grow than read about them? Discover these fun, informative gardening videos from gardening expert Eva Worden, a name familiar to folks who live in southwest Florida and enjoy Worden Farms certified organic produce.
And here’s a tip from our own resident green thumb: invest in rolling plant caddies. That way you can easily position your containers for optimum sun or shade throughout the day.
Put down roots in a new Taylor Morrison home
Looking for a new home, condo or townhome where you can thrive? Here’s a guide to Taylor Morrison communities selling now or coming soon.
Fort Myers and Naples
Abbotts Square in Johns Creek
Brookstone in Cumming
Copperleaf in Doraville
Hidden Forest in Alpharetta
Lanier Walk in Cumming
Perimeter Park in Chamblee
Pinnacle Glen in Cumming
Sanctuary at Rivermont in Johns Creek
Sonoma in Alpharetta
Sutton Park in Smyrna
Suwanee Green in Suwanee
Townsend at Chamblee
Townsend at Decatur
Townsend at Lenox Park in Atlanta
Townsend at in Perimeter in Dunwoody
Townsend at at Toco Hills in Atlanta
Vineyards at Parkside in Lawrenceville