Organic gardens offer some of the tastiest home grown fruits and vegetables you’ve ever eaten. Dump the toxic chemicals and start eating the way God intended – the natural way. Start organic gardening.
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Ran across this video today which discusses how to divide and propagate plants as a way to minimize the costs associated with flower gardening so you can save money. Many plants are actually quite adept at developing a new root system just from a stem cutting from another plant. In other words, cut off an [...]
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 …
Ran across this “Howdini” organic gardening how to video today which as an interview with Scott Meyer, the editor of Organic Gardening Magazine. It’s not overly complicated and provides some really good basic tips for getting started with an organic vegetable garden. How big should the garden be? Where should you put it? How should [...]
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.