Maintaining an organic garden is not only good for you, itīs good for the environment, as well. This section focuses on techniques that will make you a better gardener.
5 Edible Herbs to Grow in Your Garden
Are you wondering how to grow edible herbs? It's true that fresh herbs taste great and are a great addition to any kitchen. The good news is that edible plants, such as basil and parsley, are easy to grow. This article gives you more information.
Alternatives to Grass for the Lawn
Would you like to find an alternative to mowing your yard? Have you considered plants besides grass? Ground cover, perennials, and native plants are all great substitutes and are better for the environment.
Basic Guide to Starting Seeds
When spring approaches, it is time to start planning your garden. Rather than buy the plants from a greenhouse, why not start you own from seed? That way, you can make sure your garden is healthy and organic.
Composting is a great way to reduce your waste and to add nutrients to your home garden and plants. You choose how big and where you'd like to place it. Most of you will have the materials to start today. These easy tips will get you started!
Fall Harvest Tips
Don't want to see the summer end? Would you like to relish it all year long? Try preserving fruits, veggies, and herbs all year long.
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Incorporate permaculture into your yard this year and create a haven for native plants. Doing so will cut down on lawn mowing. Permaculture is a beautiful thing you can do for your lawn and the earth.
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