In Utah, it’s supposed to be ski season. It’s supposed to be bitterly cold. We had a balmy three weeks in February that had all of us who have lived here for 30 years completely astonished. Like, gardening and running outside in a tank top, balmy.
Consequently, it’s early March and I have tulips, crocuses, and daffodils in full bloom in my yard!
But this is really inspirational. I shared Michelle Jorgenson’s path from traditional dentistry to biological dentistry last week. Now look how she
“walks the talk” in her own life. This is a serious commitment to sustainable
living, self-sufficiency, and eating a whole foods, plant based diet. She has ingenious grow boxes, soil amendment, water distribution, and covers for a year-round garden that really blows me away.
She’s an inspiration to me and I wanted to share what she harvested from her garden on March 7, with you!
Step 5 of 12 Steps to Whole Foods is all about how to garden, organically, in any space—and use everything you grow (lots of recipes and ideas too). It’s not too early to be planning your garden!