Nourishmat - The Garden Begins

Hello, Garden Gals and Guys! It looks like spring has finally arrived! My seedlings are doing very well and it finally stays warm enough at night to start my garden in earnest. Today I got my Nourishmat started. For those of you that may not remember what that is, you can read about it in my previous blog post.

The hardest part about getting this garden started was weeding my garden, which you don't even have to do. But being the Type A personality that I am, I had to get those weeds out of there before I could get started. Setting up the garden from start to finish (not including weeding) took about ten minutes. This product does exactly what it says...it takes all of the guesswork out of gardening. It was SO easy and my daughter was so excited about helping me plant the seedballs.

Instead of writing about it, I did a short video so you can see for yourself how simple it is to get started. So come on in the garden and  have a look!



Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy, right? I told you it would be! Remember, the Nourishmat comes with a dripline irrigation system attached. So when it's time to water, just hook up your garden hose to the dripline, turn the water on and let it go for twenty minutes. If you are watering by hand, do it long enough to give the seedballs a good soaking.

I'll be posting on my Nourishmat's progress throughout the growing season. Be sure to check back often to watch this baby grow! I can't wait!

If you would like to get your own Nourishmat, it's not too late to get started! Click here to get yours today!

Until next time garden gals and guys....

Happy gardening!!!!

Comments

  1. How unique thanks for sharing. This is going to be a great for people that don't have a lot of time but what a garden and also for people who are not physically able to dig.

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    1. That's exactly right, Vetsy! That is the whole purpose behind its creation. And this one mat produces $200+ of in one growing season! They just came out with an herb mat as well which I plan to purchase!

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  2. How interesting! Thanks for sharing it...you are amazing!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, Cindy!

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