In today's modern world food production is strongly associated with craving for profit. As a result, most of the food is produced in a way that allows the maximum yield with minimum input. Production is mostly different than it was 100 years ago when it was much more natural.
From this point of view, home grown food has important value. When growing vegetables in our own garden, we use proper garden soil and avoid using chemical products. The garden is a place where you can grow vegetables and herbs in a completely natural way. So grown vegetables have rich taste and a positive impact on the family budget.
Part of the garden can be transformed into a vegetable garden for the cultivation of vegetables. We can grow tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, spinach, cucumbers, broccoli, cabbage, parsley, carrots and most other vegetables, which are otherwise found on the shelves of shops and markets. The amount of organic vegetables will depend on the size of the vegetable garden and our diligence: vegetable production requires some effort.