Organic Gardening

Organic gardening is a step toward lifestyle. A balanced diet that includes fresh fruits, vegetables, and a variety of herbs keeps the body healthy. Being self-sufficient by growing your own food can save a lot of money. Why not get free food when it is so easy to do and helps the environment? In my tiny backyard garden, I grow a variety of national and international vegetables, herbs, and medicinal plants organically, explore their ancient history, research the health benefits of plants, observe beneficial insects and pests, and harvest homegrown vegetables and fruits. It is amazing how gardening helps you to connect with yourself and the beautiful world of plants and other wildlife around you. Let’s explore exotic plants from throughout the world and use DIY garden ideas to make our home pretty. Welcome to Seed to Life. Happy Gardening!


Grow Organic

Growing your own food is the first step towards both mental and physical well-being.

I’m a gardener for whom gardening is not just a hobby now but has become an integral part of my life. I would like to share with you all the beauty of gardening.

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organic gardening

Plants contain various naturally occurring chemicals called phytochemicals. You will be amazed to find out how these phytonutrients are revolutionizing human health since ancient times.

Health & nutrition

Saving seeds from the healthiest plant that you grow can make you even more confident while increasing the chances of an abundant harvest.

diy Home projects

Gardening is all about creativity and experimentation. Let your imagination go wild and feel the sense of accomplishment.

Reviews & Comments

Great work on the video! It was very informative and gave me a lot of great ideas on how I can incorporate horse gram into a healthy diet. I’m excited to try the things you have shared 

Jack Szumski

@jackszumski7118 Youtube

Probably the best video I've seen about saffron crocus. I got lucky and all mine flowered right away after planting. Now they are green and look like grass, storing energy. I can't wait to see if they multiplied when I dig them up in spring.

Swarmstead Bees & Gardening

@Swarmstead Youtube

What a thorough video you've created! Thank you very much. I use Rosella calyxes for tea to help control hypertension and I nibble the young tender leaves and flowers, too.. I didn't know about chutneys from the leaves.. I hope I can find your follow up video if you made one as that sounds delicious. I've grown these from seeds but it's true that the germination has been less relaible for me than most other species I've propagated. I think the trick is to keep soil constantly moist but not 'wet', and they like quite a warm soil temp t start off with. Truly one of the most informative and comprehensive videos I've watched. Thank you! .

A'ha moments

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