Home grown is best
21 October, 2016, 12:00 am
NOT only does a home-grown garden give you instant access to fresh produce but it also saves time and money.
From plants in containers to large garden plots in the back yard, home gardens take on many forms and opens new flavouring options.
For example, if you don’t have a jar on hand, you can use garden-fresh tomatoes, peppers and onions to create a fresh appetiser.
Shopper of the Week, All Make Autospares Ltd director Sophie Khan said although growing vegetables at home did cost money on seeds and supplies, such as fertiliser, a single plant often produced lots of produce for her family.