Winter gardening in Arizona.

Mustard-Greens  This is the right time to grow mustard green in Arizona in Winter.

 Vegetables are a good source of fiber and nutrients. It is good habit to bring lots of fresh green vegetables in your everyday life. Try to munch raw vegetables whenever you can grab one, like carrots, cucumbers, celery, jicama, chayote, pak choy, daikon, radish, green and purple cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, beetroot, zucchini, avocado, and turnip. In Nature Cure, we believe onion is good for promoting our health. We cook and mix onion in our salads and eat. Eating one medium onion daily, helps avoid getting cancer. We use ginger frequently in all our dishes, because of its healing properties. A quarter beetroot consuming daily, is a source of iron for the body. and helps increase the blood. Avocado enhances the liver health, has a lot of fiber and full of natural fat, which our body needs and absorbs faster. Turnip contains the highest level of calcium, which is essential for the bone health. Celery is also a great source of nutrients and we call it fat cutter. It is wonderful for obese to lose weight. Celery also kills bad breath. Broccoli sprouts (broccoli née), egg-plant and mint are helpful to degenerate cancer cells.

2 Replies to “Winter gardening in Arizona.”

  1. Avoid chemical compounds for pest control. Chemicals are effective but also can harm your plants.
    You’ll want to hunt for all-natural methods instead.
    As an example, you may buy jars of ladybugs and release them on your plants.
    Ladybugs are natural predators for any variety of smaller sized insects that eat flowers along with other plants.

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