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Gardening Organic

How do I start my own little garden..? I am wanting to start my own little vegetable garden. Organic if possible. How do I get started? How do I know if the soil is all right? What all do I need to maintain it? Check out Mother Earth News http://...
by Going Green ideas 101 on Nov 22, 2012

How to grow veggies with limited space

I’m really excited about what we’ve been able to achieve in a small area. Although our garden is a standard suburban size, the vegetable growing area is very limited due to being surrounded by lots of tall trees and palms – so there...
by How to Grow Veggies on Nov 3, 2012

Companion Planting will Maximise Your Veggie Crops

Whether you are planting a new garden or replanting one that has been growing for years, attention to companion planting is guaranteed to improve your homegrown crops. It’s a simple concept based on the way nature works… naturally. For instance o...
by How to Grow Veggies on Oct 28, 2012

Uncommon Goods Review and Giveaway

Where do you go when you are looking for a unique gift for that unique person? Eco-friendly gifts, housewarming gifts, birthday gifts, baby showers, home decor, handmade crafts, unique jewelry, recycled goods… Uncommon Goods. Unique and afforda...
by Almost All The Truth on Sep 17, 2012

DIY Project: Hanging or desktop water bottle terrarium

Too many plastic bottles Happy Labor Day, everyone! Let’s have some DIY crafting fun. My in-laws will occasionally purchase bottled water for our little one. In particular, Aqua Pod water, which is designed for kids. We don’t purchase bo...
by Chasing Greener Days on Sep 3, 2012

Garden Design Tips

Most beginning organic gardeners go haywire because they forget to draft out their garden design. Aside from making life so much easier, garden designs also keep your soil healthy throughout the year. Here are what you should consider when you’re p...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Aug 5, 2012

Starting A Compost Pile for Your Garden’s Plant

The importance of starting a compost pile can’t be stressed enough when it comes to small scale organic farms and gardens. As a matter of fact, starting your own compost pile seems to be the only practical thing to do if you’re truly living up to...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Aug 5, 2012

Organic Fertilizer or Synthetic Fertilizers for Plants Gardening?

It’s no doubt that organic fertilizer is much better for the environment. Synthetic fertilizers are equivalent to junk food for your soil. They can initially boost its fertility, but they will eventually tire the soil out. Because synthetic fertili...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Aug 5, 2012

Growing the World’s Hottest Chillies

There is absolutely no doubt that growing peppers and chillies is easy, so why not try and grow the world’s hottest chillies? If you are seriously into hot chillies, and you don’t know about the Naga chilli, there’s a treat in store for you. Th...
by How to Grow Veggies on Aug 2, 2012

Garden Compost for Plant Growth

There’s nothing more practical than starting your own garden compost pile. If you cut your own grass and collect the dried leaves from your backyard tree, the only sensible thing to do is to collect your own mulch or compost. Composting is a great...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Aug 2, 2012

The Benefits Of Growing Organic Vegetables

Aside from pretty obvious environmental concerns, growing organic vegetables in your own backyard also keeps your savings intact. There’s a certain pleasure to eating what you’ve worked hard for, and you don’t have to be a farmer in some far-of...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 29, 2012

Learn How To Grow Tomatoes

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by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 26, 2012

Organic Gardening Products

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by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 26, 2012

Best Gardening Tips : It’s Very Important to Know

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by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 26, 2012

Improve Your Garden with Organic Gardening Tips

Artifiсial fertilizers hаve bөen аround for hundreds οf years, but their adveгse effectѕ wөre not known untіl recently. In tһe past few decades, a movement awаy from these synthetic fertilizers аnd pesticides has been growing. While organ...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 25, 2012

Natural Food and Natural Health Through Organic Vegetable Gardening Tips

Sinсe the 1930s, organiс farming haѕ beөn growing іn populаrity. Why? Genetic modifications might yiөld greateг numbers of сrops, but they arө leѕs nutritional and requiгe all types of fertilizөrs and pesticides tο grow, raising the рr...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 25, 2012

Heirloom Tomatoes Plants

Heirloom tomato is a confusing term to some people and there are more than one type of heirloom tomato. There are Family Heirloom Tomatoes that are usually seeds that have been passed down over several generations and where saved for their special qu...
by Info and Tips for All Topic on Jul 22, 2012

Gardening and Roasted Green Tomatoes

Gardening. My mother is the gardner, and oh boy does she grow a garden. Then she cans and freezes, and makes jams, and yummy soups and sauces for the winter. She is passionate about it.  I just play at it. But I do enjoy having organic fresh her...
by Far Above Rubies on Jul 21, 2012

weekend catch-up and cherry bells...

I thought I was going to die in Kane county this weekend. Let me rephrase that.The storms were so bad  while selling at the flea market that, not only did I feel sick for the outside vendors, but inside in the metal-roofed building, I had t...
by Jennifer Rizzo on Jul 2, 2012

Growing and drying Lavender....

I love Lavender. I love the way it smells, I love the way it looks. I love the subtle scent it releases when I brush against it while weeding and how when it dries you can do so many thing with it. Lavender likes well-drained soil. My grandma wo...
by Jennifer Rizzo on Jun 12, 2012


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