Last week AT readers weighed in on their opinions of fake plants versus real ones inside the home. While some people are okay with fake flowers if they don't have a green thumb, what's a homeowner to do if they want to grow their own vegetable garden? For Austin residents, there's now help! More after the jump...
[Top garden photo: Nuttnhoney's Garden]
Much like you might hire someone to help with large and complicated home projects you can't tackle yourself, you might consider hiring someone to help start a backyard vegetable garden (especially if you don't have a green thumb).
Here in Austin, we have Resolution Gardens. It's easy to get started with them: you first choose from one of their vegetable packages, schedule an installation and then choose a payment plan. Soon, you'll have a raised bed vegetable garden planted using organic soil and plants. If you're thinking that even if you got a garden professionally planted you could never keep it up, don't worry. The price includes regular maintenance and harvesting. The Resolution gardeners can even install fencing to protect against deer or dogs. To read more about Resolution Gardens and their services, check out their website.
Would you ever hire someone to help you plant your own vegetable garden? Let us know!
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