For those of you who missed the finale of the 2016 gardening show, you are in for a real treat. After 33 episodes of the High Performance Garden Show, we saw these three raised beds pushed to their limit. As this garden was based upon Dr. Terry Wahls protocol it was comprised of 1/3 leafy greens, 1/3 sulfur rich vegetables, and 1/3 color rich vegetables. The goal for this garden was to raise $2,990 worth of produce in this tiny 128 square foot garden. At the end of the growing season, the garden grew $3,017.02 worth of produce. That came to 844 pounds of produce! Here is the end of the garden show recap:
It is thrilling to create a garden that anyone can develop themselves that will grow this incredible amount of food. Everyone in the Paleo world must wake up and try to grow their own high performance garden. It takes little time and effort and the results are magnificent. Sadly, many people have decided that gardening is difficult and unproductive. The Impact of Home and Community Gardening in America study found that the average U.S. garden produced 1/2 a pound of produce a square foot, just $2.00 worth of production a square foot! That means that the average gardener would have grown $256 worth of produce in the High Performance Garden. Instead we grew well over 10 times that number!
You can grow a garden that will feed your family and greatly reduce your grocery bill. As of today I am 28 weeks into filming the 2017 High Performance Garden Show and it seems like I may surpass the previous harvest year. The High Performance Garden Show is completely free and ready for you to view at anytime. I would like to personally invite you to come along for the finale of this new garden show. You will learn how to plan, create, and maintain a garden that will feed your family nutrient rich produce straight from your backyard.
Are you ready to take the plunge and make a Paleo diet more easily accessible to your family? Join me in growing a garden by signing up for the free garden show. There is over 33 hours of video content and a planting guide so that you can start growing today.
May your garden be easy, fun, productive, and always organic.