Growing your own vegetables in your own backyard is both fun and rewarding. Put simply, it’s a great way to improve your health and quality of life in so many significant ways. If you’ve decided to have your own organic veggie patch, good on you! However, you might be wondering: Where’s a good place to start? Well, your success will largely depend on your garden’s soil quality.

Depending on where you live, good soil may be hard to come by. So, what’s a budding gardener to do? Don’t worry; Eden Gardens can come to the rescue.

The Edible Pavilion

Eden Gardens, a distinguished client of Sydney-based food PR Agency Polkadot PR, has recently unveiled its new Edible Pavilion across its three stores in North Ryde (NSW), Carseldine (QLD) and Mount Eliza (VIC). The Pavilion aims to be a one-stop garden shop where you can purchase all your gardening needs, including products that will allow you to grow your own plants even if you do not have a backyard at home.

Check out these neat Pavilion offerings

No soil/backyard to plant on? No problem. The self-watering Elevated Garden, the vertical garden wall by VersiWall, rustic Apple Crates, and the GreenSmart Pot collection are perfect solutions to your dilemma, and you’ll find them all at the Edible Pavilion. Furthermore, the Pavilion always has trained horticulturists present to assist you with all of your gardening needs.

Once your nifty little garden is underway and plants are a-growing, feel free to try this absolutely meat-free Raw Zucchini Pesto Pasta recipe from AskMen.

What you need

2 medium sized zucchini’s
A handful of halved cherry tomatoes
1 tbsp chopped sun-dried tomatoes
1 handful of sesame seeds

The Pesto

1.5 cups of fresh basil
1/4 cup of pine nuts
1/2 cup of olive oil
2tbsp lemon juice
2-3 garlic cloves
1/2 tsp sea salt

How to do it

Top and tail the zucchini and, using a mandolin, julienne it into long, thin strips. Place in a large bowl along with the cherry tomatoes and sun-dried tomatoes.

Combine all the ingredients for the pesto into a food processor or high-speed blender and blend until mostly smooth.

Mix pesto and zucchini noodles and garnish with sesame seeds.

What next?

There’s nothing wrong with mixing pleasure and business. Organic products are especially popular these days, so when the day comes that your little garden is growing more produce than you need, perhaps you can earn a little something on the side by selling some of it. Who knows; pretty soon, you might need the services of a top Sydney Public Relations Agency like Polkadot PR to market your growing backyard enterprise.

(Source: Meat Free Recipes, AskMen)

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