My Mamma’s Little Shop

She has always wanted a little shop of her own where she sells and creates anything she wants. However, in this day and time, people say that it can seem easy to build any shop of your choosing we, shall see what the future holds for her. She loves to garden and has many different plants. Even though many places here in the area selling plants, herbs, and other items a business may need if you. Starting your shop means you are making an impact in life. No one can take it from you, and you can become self-sustainable. She and her family could run the family business and make it worth everything they dream it can be. She thinks about her going to start here posting some of the items that she will eventually have in her shop one of these days. Her priority is to build up the inventory so that she does not have to worry about it now. Unfortunately, it is hard to keep those items in stock without the proper materials to handle such an inventory.

You start growing plants and herbs for yourself because you like to use them in anything you decide to cook or bake. We use oregano, sweet basil, sage, rosemary, and many other herbs while cooking our food. The aroma that fills up your house while cooking dinner smells sweet-smelling for hours. We also grow Jalapeno, Bell peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, squash, and green beans. We left off some items out of the garden this year; because we did not have the energy with all of us having COVID19 this year. 

The herbs that they grow in their yard come back every year. We are trying to plant things that will grow every year. An added bonus is that they get better every year. We are also adding new plants every once in a while pretty soon we are going to build a greenhouse to be able to grow year-round. We plan on getting some fruit trees to put in the yard. We love watching the plants grow throughout the year.

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