Not only can the Cook’s Garden help you with your survival gardening, but they offer plenty of great recipes to encourage you to try something new in your kitchen. They’re dedicated to cooks who love to garden and gardeners who love to cook.
They travel around the world to find varieties with top-notch culinary qualities that will inspire great meals from seed to table, as they put it. They believe satisfaction in the garden and spontaneity in the kitchen go hand in hand.
Who says survival gardening has to be boring? When you grow your own food, you’re in control. And why shouldn’t you experiment in both garden and kitchen? As Donna Miller of Miller’s Grain House says it, play with your food.
Check out the Cook’s Garden selections of direct sow vegetables, garlic bulbs, and fruits and berries. Why not try spinach, mesclun and radishes in your fall survival garden?
The Cook’s Garden has gardening knowledge you can use, such as seed starting basics and nutritional information. It doesn’t make any difference if you’re new to survival gardening or have years of experience. Click on the Cook’s Garden banner below and let them help you with your survival gardening. Then you can garden in good health and have fun in the kitchen, too.