Sunday, July 4, 2010

Triscuit promotes Grow Your Own

Nothing compares to fresh-picked home grown fruits and vegatables!

A big Green Thumbs Up to Triscuit who has joined the Home Grown movement!  Partnering with non-profit Urban Farming, Triscuit has created a home farming website where novices and pros can meet to inspire, encourage, brainstorm and generally interact.  It’s all about home farming and the every day joy that grows out of it!

The website tells you all about how to go about growing your own fruits and vegetables at home as well as where you can go for assistance.  Finally, Truiscuit and Urban Farming are working together to create 50 community-based home farms.  To find a location near you, visit this Map
Learn more about it at Triscuit’s Home Farming website.



  1. Thanks for the link. I planted a cucumber plant, learning later that my husband doesn't really like cucumbers. Perhaps the homegrown version will appeal to his taste buds. Anyway, I need to figure out if I should give it some sort of support. It's vining all over the ground.


  2. Hi house things. Thanks for stopping in! No, I don't think your cucumber needs support. Rather, give it lots of room! Good luck and keep growing your own!

  3. Those cuke vines go wild and are good at hiding even giant cukes.

  4. To grow my own is definitely in my future..., just a few things even, not in this house so, it's on a hill (and it's on the market too).

    Hope you had a great weekend!

  5. What a cool idea, hey?! I checked out the site and thought is was a good thing!


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