However, it probably didn't take long before you realized that daily juices require a whole lot of inputs. Bags of apples. Piles of carrots. Armfuls of greens. Not only does this require frequent trips to the market, but also a whole lot of money. There has to be a better way, doesn't there?
Well, yes, there is. You can grow your own "juice garden" and harvest peak-of-ripeness ingredients that change with the seasons. You'll get a variety of flavors from the convenience of your home for minimal cost. Here's how:
1. Plant fruit trees and bushes: This is an easy-to-overlook aspect of your garden as it takes a few years before you get any fruit, but trust me on this. Those few years pass quickly, and the yield you will get from just one fruit tree will keep you up to your eyeballs in juice. Find out what grows best in your climate, and choose varieties that will ripen each month so that you have a continual supply of fruit. [Read more: How to Plant a Juice Garden]