If you have tried growing food and failed…
The secret to growing lots of food quickly and easily is to know what wants to grow in your yard.
Plants have preferences! Some like it hot, some like it cold, some thrive in dry conditions, while others need to be drenched. If you get it wrong, they suffer and die. If you get it right, you easily get a ton of delicious food.
What if you could know what really wants to grow in your yard and what you should avoid? What if you could know the easiest most productive food plants to grow – plants don’t need much care or even fertilizer?
Wouldn’t it also be great to be invited into a group of like-minded friends who live in a region like yours?
People who are sharing recipes, swapping seeds, doing experiments, and innovating new techniques that are tailored for just the kind of growing conditions in your area?
Wouldn’t it be cool to know what wild plants are most likely growing near you that are edible and medicinal?
Wouldn’t it be great to get a news stream of amazing in-depth blog content focused just on your particular needs?
HOW TO EASILY FIND WHAT WANTS TO GROW IN YOUR YARD
Here is a simple three step process to finding your place on Earth and getting connected up with all the resources and information about your growing region:
- 1Scroll down to the map below (you can spin it with your finger or mouse – try it, it’s fun!) and see the color for your location. You can also enter your address or nearest town into the address box and the map will take you to your location.
- 2Match the color code on the map with the color code chart just below the map. This is your 2 or 3 digit Grow region code.
- 3Enter your name, your best email address, and your Grow region code into the form and click the button to enter your info.
Check your email inbox! The first thing I’ll send you is a link to get the report for your specific Grow region. Next I’ll send you a series of emails introducing you to friends in your Grow region in the forums, I’ll get you some of our most useful blog posts, and direct you to the best-selling products in the store. I’ll also get you subscribed to our newsletter to keep you updated on all the fun we have over here 😊
STEP 1: Find your region on the map below by either spinning the map with your finger or mouse. Or by entering you address or nearest town in the search box in the upper right of the map below.
STEP 2: Match the color of your region on the map with the legend box to find the 2 or 3 digit Grow Code for your region. For example, I live in Puerto Rico and my Grow Region is “Am”
STEP 3: Enter your name, email address, and the 2 or 3 digit Grow Code into the form below and hit the “enter” button.
Be sure to check your email inbox for an email from me with the link to your detailed report about what grows in your region. If you don’t see an email from me in the next 5 minutes, be sure to check your spam or junk folder.
About The Grow Network
We want to help you learn how to produce your own food and medicine. We are an online community of people who are stopping the destruction of the Earth via homegrown food (commercial agriculture is the most destructive force on the planet). We are about a half million members strong and growing. We have created this resource to help you quickly identify what grows the easiest in your region, we have active forums with experienced homesteaders who live this lifestyle and want to help you, we have a blog to continually keep you updated, we have an Academy with in-depth courses, and we have a store with supplies.
About Marjory Wildcraft
Marjory Wildcraft is the founder of the Grow Network. About two decades ago, Marjory was horrified to learn there was almost no locally grown food anymore in America. Understanding the dangers of relying on a just in time trucking system to deliver food from thousands of miles away, and also understanding that the food delivered was devoid of nutrients and full of toxins, Marjory went on a mission to restore backyard farming across the nation. Marjory is the author of “The Grow System: The Essential Guide to Modern Self-sufficiency From Growing Food to Making Medicine”. She has been featured by National Geographic as an expert in off-grid living. She has hosted Mother Earth News’s Online Homesteading Summit. And she is a regular guest on national podcasts, radio, and tv.