Are you putting your money in the trash or planting it in your garden?

Moving to Davie has been the best decision we’ve made as a family, the only question we ask is why we didn’t do this six years earlier, and garden space is the one investment in our health and well-being I enjoy the most here.

As Kaia wakes up every day she goes straight outside to check how the seeds germinate and what’s the plant growth progress.

Celery Juice is my new wake up ritual & putting my money back in my garden seems common sense, except it wasn’t when I lived in a condo, looking back I know I could’ve had an apartment garden from so many food scraps that went to trash. I did garden a bit in the city but living on the first floor in a home with a garden bed outdoors it comes more naturally.

We live and we learn.

1inch in height is what I leave for planting.
1/2inch of water in a bowl, I stash the hearts and plant them once I decide where to 🙂
The more water the more growth, celery isn’t a big rooter but it readily yields new greenery.

Recap:

Celery hearts can be put on the window sills in about 1/2 inch of water, changing the water every few days and giving it moderate sunlight the heart will start rooting as new celery stalks grow from the tops, the plant is then ready to be put in a pot to be a part of in home edible garden.

Or, go pop the heart straight in the soil outside, especially in soaking wet soil, and make sure it stays moist. Leave the very center of the heart open, only stabilizing the celery in the soil enough for it to stay put, leaving the middle part uncovered and breathing as that’s where the new growth will show.

Let’s put our money back in our garden!

Wisdom X Venom 🐍

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