Plant a pumpkinseed with a child, and cultivate wonder. This simple act of reconnecting with children with nature is Sharon Lovejoy’s purpose and joy and gift. Author of Sunflower Houses: Garden Discoveries for Children of All Ages and Hollyhock … Sale Price:$7.81 Read More Originally posted 2012-12-03 03:11:10. Link to this post!
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden?home of the oldest continuously operating children’s garden in North America?offers a groundbreaking handbook that helps parents, teachers, and community gardeners introduce kids to the pleasures of gardening. In … Sale Price:$7.35 Read More Originally posted 2012-09-11 15:10:40. Link to this post!
Thanks to the extraordinary photographs and gardening wisdom in this classic book, the elegant intimacy of the English cottage garden is a practical possibility for amateur gardeners in diverse regions of the United States.The author has analyzed Sale Price:$31.48 Read More Originally posted 2012-10-19 15:10:49. Link to this post!
This illustrated book presents approximately 300 fascinating plant-growing projects that can be performed in spaces as small as a window-sill garden. Includes canvas garden belt with … Sale Price:$115.44 Read More Originally posted 2012-09-06 15:10:44. Link to this post!
20+ years ago, an organic garden was thought to be irrational. Today it’s very common & you can garden organically too with AGGRAND Organics.
Honestly, organic gardening is, in reality, a very straightforward way of thinking. For a long time, gardeners have been growing vegetables without using chemicals. The first settlers of this great country didn’t possess Miracle-Gro or Sevin Dust, but they made out perfectly.
It is only logical that we must be able to utilize the same techniques and obtain the same results as they did. We must grow food utilizing God’s creation as an alternative to concoctions delivered in a chemist’s laboratory. However, curiosity about organic gardening …
Hi I’m Doug Green from www.douggreensgarden.con and I want to show you how to build raised garden beds with a minimum of fuss and muss. Carpentry comes first – The first step after nailing together the boards (they’re 2×8′s – 8 feet long) and it took three of them to make this rectangle. They’re common spruce and not pressure treated or cedar as i wanted to make some inexpensive beds – we tend to move things around at this stage of our garden building so if they rot out in a few years, I’ll simply build good ones where I know I want them to stay.