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GARDEN COACHING TO GET YOU GROWING!

HOW IT WORKS & WHAT YOU GET


BUY, THE TIME INCREMENT YOU NEED.


LEAVE A CALL BACK PHONE NUMBER.


YOU WILL RECEIVE  A CALL

FROM MR. ANDERSON TO CONFIRM YOUR SLOT.



YOU GET ONE ON ONE GARDEN ADVISE ON

  1. SITE SURVEYING

  2. GARDEN SET UP

  3. GARDEN MAINTENANCE

  4. FERTILIZATION & PEST CONTROL

  5. GARDEN RESEARCH

  6. SEED STARTING

  7. COMPOSITING 

  8. IRRIGATION

ANY ANYTHING GARDENING





































PRODUCE YOUR PRO*DUCE

with the rise of regular & organic produce prices

vegetables full of harmful  pesticides

sticky labels and barcodes on your vegetables

regulated organics

is the organic vegetables you buy really organic


it’s time to produced your own pro*duce

we spend lots of money for grass we cant eat

get a return on your investment

by supplementing your grocery bill

and becoming more healthy

with vegetables you can trust 

with your own kitchen garden


we offer

Vegetable garden installation

to match your landscape
































































How much will it cost you?

Your budget is my budget lets negotiate


Vegetable garden maintenance

new & pre existing

price varies based on the size of garden


this service is local to the Atlanta Georgia area

email for a FREE kitchen Garden Quote


contact@igrowugrow.biz




The cultivar, 'Purple Tiger' is a an eye-catching annual with purple and white variegated leaves. Compact and bushy growth habit. Fruits are small, pungent, ripening from red through to dark purple. Great container plant. Likes a fertilizer treatment once a month. To keep compact, pinch leaves on young plants. Full sun produces best growth and fruiting results. C. annuum is the most cultivated pepper in the world, both commercially and in home gardens. They are relatively easy to grow, as long as they receive plenty of moisture and nutrients, are not subjected to cold and receive plenty of sunshine. They grow in an endless variety of colors and range in shape from small round cherry peppers to long, pencil-shaped cayenne varieties. Seeds should be started indoors 8 to 10 weeks before the last frost. When the temperature reaches 70 F, transplant 12 to 16 inches apart, fertilize, and again when they are 12 inches tall. A must have pepper direct from IGROWUGROW™.