Creating your own organic garden is not as difficult as you might think. Even organic produce that is found in the store may not be as nutritious as home grown organic food because it is often shipped in from other states or countries. As food travels it loses vital nutrients. When you grow your own vegetables, and fruit there will be no questions looming in your mind about the quality of your produce because you will know the food came from your own back yard.
Step 1: Get a wooden box about 2 feet deep and 3 to 5 feet long and about 2 feet wide. Be sure to clean the box and make 5 small holes at the bottom for water to be drained out.
Step 2: Collect or buy some fresh garden soil that has no pesticides or artificial manure mixed in it. Mix the soil thoroughly and cover the holes in the box with some mesh wire or small pebbles.
Step 3: Then put the mixed soil into the box. Select seedlings from your favorite foods or plants and be sure to keep distance between each seed so that the food has room to grow. Be sure to water your seeds and make sure that they don't get too much rain or sun. Check the drainage to be sure that it is not blocked or too much water in the soil as this will destroy the crop. It is best to divide your garden out into sections such as fruits, vegetables, flowers etc. You can also use compost to help your garden flourish.
If your interested in finding out more click on this link Companion Planting Guide . This little book is loaded with tips and helpful information about organic gardening.
Have fun and feel free to tell me about your organic garden.