Which means another trip to the grocery store…
And if you’re anything like me, once you step foot in the grocery store, you’re distracted by all the things and before you know it, those few items on your list have transformed into a cart-full. And you’re out $50! (Or more!)
As you drive home you realize that you spent more money than you wanted to…again. And how many days will it really last anyway? This is really starting to add up…
Every day, you have to…
…while still hoping that you can spend quality time with family and friends.
Gardening is a hobby that the entire family can enjoy together. (And a valuable life skill!)
You will learn about each of the following topics and more!
You will also get printable PDF's that include a planting calendar, succession planting schedule, a companion planting chart, plus a few others!
I am finally growing a productive garden! This course gave me so much information and has made gardening so much easier! — Theresa
Vegetable Gardening Made Easy is a fully-online digital course that teaches you all you need to know to have a thriving vegetable garden in your own backyard but here are a few of my favorite sections!
So you’ll have continued harvests all season long, which means no more last-minute trips to the grocery store for just a few veggies!
So that your already busy life won't be overwhelmed and overburdened by your new garden.
No matter how full your schedule, your garden will be taking care of itself.
Small space? Not a big problem. I show you multiple ways to get your garden going even if you only have a small area.
Hi I’m Audrey!
I am so excited to help you along your gardening journey! I have grown a garden my entire life and have had my fair share of failures and wins. So in this course my goal is to help you avoid the failures and skip right on ahead to the gardening wins!
You will gain back time with your family, save money, and watch your stress disappear!
AUDREY | MASTER GARDENER
An old Chinese Proverb states: "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now."
What excuses do you have left that keep you from starting your garden now?