Grow. Eat. Live.

Grow.  Eat.  Live.
Grow. Eat. Live.


Monday, June 8, 2015


"Rainbow Swiss Chard"

Rainbow Swiss Chard
Vacant spot is now filled
Garden Bed #3

The time has come for the swiss chard to be transplanted to the garden.  Besides, I was so ready to kick them out the outside (windowsill) - tiny bugs was on them.  The problems we face when having live plants.  Plants are beneficial to the environment and helps clear toxins from the air.

Planted Rainbow Swiss Chard
April 11, 2015

As of June 6, 2015 they looked good to be transplanted.

Rainbow Swiss Chard Seedlings
June 6, 2015

Then I decided to throw garlic cloves in the garden beds.  Hopefully, they will sprout and grow.

Garlic Cloves

Now, Arugula has taken occupant in Swiss Chard place in the pot.  More organic greens!  

Planted seeds 6-6-15
Arugula is a healthy investment.  We all know it can be a bit pricey in the stores.  So, why not grow it your own?  It's so simple! 

Pot + Soil + Seeds + Water + Sun = Great Healthy Investment 


  1. Arugula is not for me. I grew it one year before ever having tasted it. I pulled it up after the first taste. . I can handle a leaf or two in a salad. And everyone here except me loves it, so it ends up in everything. Chard on the other hand is one of my favorites. yum.

  2. Arugula sure does have an acquired taste. It took me a while to get used to it.