You don't have to be a Master Gardener or an expert to grow your own food. In less than one hour, you can learn:

  • Where in your yard is the best location to grow your produce

  • What your crops need to thrive

  • How to start vegetables from seed

  • Get great, healthy soil for strong and healthy plants

  • The 13 easiest beginner crops

  • How much to plant per person


How can such a large topic possibly be taught in a valuable manner in an hour? Easy. For the first half of the class we talk about what a garden needs to thrive and what creates a strong soil foundation. Thereafter we focus on just 13 crops and what they need to grow successfully. There’s also 8 downloadable course sheets to help you plan your vegetable garden and to start a gardening log.

There's never been a more opportune time to learn to feed yourself. The content in this course is yours to stream any time, day or night, infinitely. You can refer to the videos and downloads endlessly. Plus there are eight (8) printables to help you start your gardening journey. 

Help the planet by reducing food packaging and shipping emissions. Know what was in the soil of your vegetables and know exactly what was or wasn't sprayed on your crops. Grow a wide variety of fruits and vegetables not available in grocery stores because you'll now have access to an array of seeds to choose from. Plus, your food is more nutrient-dense when picked at the peak of perfection in your home garden, rather than early for transport and stored on shelves in a grocery store.


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Course Guide

This course includes eight (8) downloadable pages for you to print and refer to time and time again. These printables will help you to plan your garden space, learn how much food to grow per person, and will assist you in beginning to record your gardening efforts.

Printable pages come in PDF format and include:

  1. A copy of the USDA's plant hardiness zone map
  2. Garden location and planning checklist
  3. Garden soil amendment chart
  4. A "Get Growing" step-by-step guide with a list of what to plant and when
  5. An infographic of crops that love to grow in the cold weather so you can keep your garden growing in the spring, summer and fall
  6. How much food to grow per person per year chart
  7. Garden plot planning worksheet
  8. Plant Profile template for your garden records.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Getting Started

    • Choosing a Site for Your Garden: Consider Sun, Water and Drainage

    • GrowYourOwnFoodCourse-SiteChecklist

    • Raised Beds or Traditional In-Ground Gardening?

    • The Foundation of a Quality Harvest: Soil Health

    • GrowYourOwnFoodCourse-Amendments

  • 2

    Let's Get Growing

    • Plant Profiles: Cool Weather Crops

    • Cold Crop Growing Guide

    • Plant Profiles: Summer Crops

    • How Much Food to Grow Per Person, Per Year

    • How to Grow: Starting from Seed vs Purchasing Seedlings

    • Planting Guide

    • Find Your Growing Zone: USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

  • 3

    Keep Your Plants Happy: A Quick Maintenance Overview

    • Garden Plot Worksheet

    • Plant Profile Worksheet

    • Post-Planting Care: Why Weed, Think of Bees of Don't Forget to Feed