Food for Thought

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Food to live, food to grow, food rich in natural goodness!

Thinking about adding to your diet, wholesome, plant based, wholefoods grown locally or better still on your own allotment or windowsill.

Eight vegetables to add to your plant food diet to improve your memory and brain functions.

Avocado

Spinach

Brocolli

Beets

Blueberries

Celery

Kale

Lettuce

Join me on

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Stephen Pryce-Lea

Head Gardener and International Horticultural Consulatant

 

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“It’s a beautiful thing when a career and a passion grow together, when you find it in a Garden it’s like finding Paradise“

iGrowHort – A Head Gardener’s Horticultural Journey of love, life and learning.

 

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. i was raised in a farm but what we farmed was mostly corn and coconut…. now i have my own family and i want to try planting vegetables in the backyard…..

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    1. igrowhort says:

      That’s great to hear, there’s really nothing more rearding than growing your own. I was raised on a small dairy farm and whilst we had a small vegetable garden I didnt really appreciate the value of home produce until recent years. Now I manage organic kitchen gardens, grow successive crops for harvesting, fruit for preserves, jams and chutneys. I love everything about home grown and hope the next part of my horticultural journey enables me to encouarge more families to grow at home. Really enjoy your articles have bookmarked them for later as many of the places you visit I have also been, enthralled by your travels.

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      1. Thank you so much. I enjoyed reading your posts too. A farmer myself, feels great to have fellow farmer here in the blogging world… 🙂

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