Immunity Gardens

About 22 yrs ago, I was diagnosed with slow-growing incurable cancer. It changed my life. My journey to living an organic/chemical-free life began and continues to this day.

We don’t have a lot of space in the city, so we have to use our entire lot to grow food. That means we have to integrate our perennial, annual, and biennial growing plants. Our homes need to work with nature, not against her. It is where we should encourage each other to grow organic food, flowers, herbs and create a community “together’ in the heart of our cities.

Since 2010, I have been helping people in my community grow healthy food outside their door. I am an advocate of tearing up your lawns, growing food, and replacing some of our urban landscape with pollinator-friendly ones to create biodiversity.

I research vegetables, herbs, and flowers that grow best in containers, small spaces, vertically, mixed beds, or in less than ideal growing conditions, which most urban /city gardeners encounter. At the end of each growing season, I evaluate which were the most successful. The goal is to grow year-round nutrient-dense food using organic growing techniques throughout the year.

I am thankful each day to wake up and work in a garden that has blessed me to help others learn to create an oasis right in the heart of the city to heal them and nature. Why don t you become an Ambassador of Change on your block or street where you live. One person can make a difference. I hope you decide to be that one person today.

Watch the “Domino effect.”

Welcome to our sustainable garden that includes biodiversity at the heart of its being.

Happy Organic Gardening

Quad Cities!

Robbie Palm

M.S in Education, a former modern dancer/teacher in my younger years( many moons ago-LOL) urban food grower, organic gardener, and caretaker/builder of nature. I credit my Immunity Garden with helping keep me plugging along.

Genesis 1:29