Victory garden

Start your journey towards self-sufficiency by creating your own victory garden. Explore top ideas to grow your own fruits and vegetables, and enjoy the satisfaction of a bountiful harvest.
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Planning a Victory Garden

Victory Gardens were popular during World War I and World War II as a way to ensure a healthy food supply on the home front. Today, many people grow a home garden for the same reasons. We found this old poster and thought it worth sharing. As you can see, it's easy to fit a variety of healthy vegetables on a 25x50 foot

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Victory Gardens for Today - Happily Homegrown

Victory Gardens have a place today just as they did 80 years ago during WWI and WWII. Everyone can grow their own food - in full or in part - no matter where you live. Whether your garden consists of a series of planters on your patio, raised beds in the backyard, or a tilled plot of earth, take the time to plan your garden, grow what your family eats, and then share with your neighbors.

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Top 10 Best Crops to Grow In A Victory Garden - The House & Homestead

Victory gardens gained popularity in both World War I and World War II when American and Canadian citizens were encouraged to grow as much of their own food as possible as part of the war effort, so that commercially grown food could be sent to troops and allies fighting overseas. Today, the victory garden movement

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Victoria Fleming
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WWII Victory gardens from the 1940s: How people planted them, and how you can grow your own even now - Click Americana

During World War II, people needed to help ease the nation's burden by growing as much of their own food as possible in what they called Victory Gardens. Here's how they did it!

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Nichole Henson