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I know it’s not practical for many people but I live in an apartment, work, go to school (full time), volunteer and shadow and I have time/space to do a little planting. Between potting herbs and some veggies and going to farmer’s markets, freezing food, going to “cheepo” supermarkets and such, I manage to eat a pretty varied diet and eat organic most of the time. Also between freecycle, farmer’s market and craigslist it’s quite easy to get free/cheap food plants ;) A tip for those who lack a ton of land.

From left to right: two tomato plants, lemon grass and sage, basil, more basil potted with rosemary (in front of it another two tomato starters), [from back to front] oregano, more oregano and more sage.  

I know it’s not practical for many people but I live in an apartment, work, go to school (full time), volunteer and shadow and I have time/space to do a little planting. Between potting herbs and some veggies and going to farmer’s markets, freezing food, going to “cheepo” supermarkets and such, I manage to eat a pretty varied diet and eat organic most of the time. Also between freecycle, farmer’s market and craigslist it’s quite easy to get free/cheap food plants ;) A tip for those who lack a ton of land.

From left to right: two tomato plants, lemon grass and sage, basil, more basil potted with rosemary (in front of it another two tomato starters), [from back to front] oregano, more oregano and more sage.  

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