There are a lot of ways to eat organic including shopping at Whole Foods, farmers' markets or rubbing elbows with a friendly farmer. But the best is Dylan Terry's Ready-to-Grow garden, which produces a fresh supply of vegetables, fruits and herbs in your backyard. And it just got a heck of a lot easier. And no -- its not a fabricated mat of seed-embedded soil.
Take a listen to our interview below about what inspired Dylan to start this business and how much an edible landscape will run you.
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With a bitter cold snap here in South Florida, Dylan reassures us that there are manageable ways to protect your plants. He says, "keep the soil very moist. It may seem counter-intuitive, but the moisture helps the plant retain heat. You can also bundle your plants with any type of sheet-- bed sheets even." He went on to say, "Some plants love the cold though, like kale and lettuce."