Gardening for A Juice Inspired Life

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  • jiinnii

    1 year ago


    time to start in the garden!!!!!

  • Spindrift

    1 year ago


    This is my first post in this community and wanted to say hi to fellow grow your owners. I grow my own vegetables in my back garden. I started so I could encourage my kids and our family to eat more vegetables. I am currently growing spinach, chard, lettuce, spring onions, chives, corriander, thai basil, basil, tomatoes, peppers, courgettes, pumpkin, peas, carrots, onions, garlic and I am about to plant some kale. I am looking forward to being able to juice what I grow.

  • CamillaH

    1 year ago


    Just thinking today like many of you how I'd like to grow most of what I juice. I also plan to put all the juicing pulp in my compost pile. I'm in zone 8b and currently growing tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, oregano, thyme, basil, cucumbers, cantaloupe, carrots, most in 30" high raised beds. I had beautiful kale, spinach, and lettuce back in April, sure wish I had started juicing then! I compost all food (veggie) waste with leaves and grass clippings. I collect all fresh veggie scraps in a plastic bin in the freezer until its full, then transfer to a 5 gal bucket outside, let it gather rain and steep for a week or so to break it down, then shovel open a space in the compost, dump it in, and cover it up. The worms go wild! With juicing, I can skip the steeping outside and go straight to the compost pile. Juicing fits nicely into our gardening lifestyle!

  • ConnieO

    2 years ago


    It's a beautiful day and I just want to go out and start gardening! I live in zone 8b and it's time to start some seeds indoors. This year I'll be growing tomatoes, zuchini, potatoes, peppers and cucumbers. Perhaps I'll try growing some herbs as well. Can't wait to try some juice with home grown veggies, yum!

  • Greendi

    2 years ago


    Hello all! So interested in getting a garden going this year! Glad I found you all!! I'm going through so much produce!

  • Charron

    2 years ago


    Just a fly by of yer wall, but I wonder... have you gardeners looked into growing veg from scraps? If you cut your celery off at about an inch from the bottom, for instance, you can put the bottom in some water and it will root and grow new celery. Many veg will do this. Google it, or check pintrest. There is an abundance of info on it. I grew three cabbages last summer from one 'stump'. I'm lining up my celery fallen soldiers in a long plastic container of water as I juice... and looking forward to spring when I can pot them up outside for early fresh veggies!



    Just a thought. ;)

  • Juicylife

    2 years ago


    Hey Monterey Martha. I like gardening too and was just yesterday thinking about how I'm going to need to pump up my garden to keep up with the juicing! Right now I am growing kohlrabi, Brussels sprouts, some greens, and a couple okra that just keep hanging on in spite of frost and neglect. In containers I have one healthy ancho pepper, a scraggly sweet pepper, and some i'itoi onions which are native to this region (they're like a cross between scallions and shallots). I would love to start a seed library! What USDA zone are you in? I'm 9a.

  • Jason C

    2 years ago


    I was just talking about this with my wife! It'd be really cool to be more or less independent!

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