Gardens not Grass

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Why grow grass when you can grow food?

Cristi Day is as passionate about gardening as Brian Day is about outdoor adventures and gear. She firmly believes that the world would be a better place if more of us spent time with our hands in the soil. If we get to that soil by ripping up some sod, all the better. After all, why would you grow grass when you can grow food?

Raised bed gardens are beautiful, productive and therapeutic. They can be as small as a single pot or a big as your dreams. You don’t need a lot of tools. You don’t need a lot of time. Your world will be better for the effort.

Who’s life wouldn’t be a little bit better with more fresh veggies and less lawn to mow?

This page is dedicated to Cristi’s gardening adventures past and present. We hope they inspire you to dig up your own yard, plant some food and flowers and begin a gardening adventure of your own.

If you have questions for Cristi she would love to hear from you. You can reach out to her here.

Tybee Island, GA

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Pedro is a big helper. Working on bean teepees.

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Cutworms!
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Collars saved the peppers!
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Dogproofing.
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Boomer is always happy to help.

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Collard gothic.

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Fruits of the winter garden.

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Getting in the winter garden.

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Asheville

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