Grow Your Own Food In Modern Victory Garden Bag

Grow your own tomatoesWe are super lucky today and all the modern luxuries we have in the garden. In this post I share my tips on growing your own food in a modern victory Garden.

Grow Your Own Food

The Corona Virus has got a lot of people really thinking about where their food comes from.  Not to mention,  the demand for all the luxury foods we enjoy is high. I don’t know about you but my favorite luxury food is homegrown tomatoes.  It is time to really start thinking about all the amazing food you can grow in your very own modern victory garden.  In this video I share a quick pop up garden idea that you can create today!!!

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My Modern Victory Garden

In these photos I share some of the fun things growing in this grow bag.  These bags are so awesome because they are very reasonable in price and you can have them delivered to your door today.  I will share my Amazon Affiliate link and appreciate it if you use it to purchase yours today!  The grow bag featured in my video and the photo of the tomato harvest is from Smart Pots.  Please use my link to get yours!  Brens’ Amazon Affiliate Link to Smart Pots.

tomato harvest

Tomato Harvest – In that small space we grow baskets like this almost every week in late July – August.

Potatoes in a BagPotatoes in the grow bag!  I am working on a post featuring this cool new bag  to grow Potatoes so stay tuned!   You can find these on Amazon at Brens’ Amazon Affiliate link.

Let’s Connect

I would love to hear what you think about this post and my tips of growing your very own modern Victory Garden.  Please be sure to ask questions and share your garden with me by posting below.

Happy Growing,


2 thoughts on “Grow Your Own Food In Modern Victory Garden Bag”

  1. I LOVE the Grow Bags! I have some I purchased from Amazon a few years ago and they are still holding up well. But you can also make your own very easily (and cheaper) with black cotton canvas material that work just as well.

    • I would have to try one of those to see that the canvas holds up and can withstand mildew like the grow bag materials. Thank you for sharing with me about this. If you ever sew one – send one my way so I can give it a try and review of course!


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