Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sustainable Gardening News – Fall and Winter Gardens

Well, sad to say, summer is coming to a close!  For us gardeners, it is a time of both sadness and relief (especially in those areas where this summer has proven extra-hot and dry, to the point where watering adequately … Continue reading

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The History of Organic Vegetable Gardening

Here’s a quick history lesson for those interested in organic and sustainable gardening practices. Read on to learn some interesting facts – I promise I won’t let it turn into a long, boring, history book! 🙂 The history of organic … Continue reading

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Great Sustainable Gardening Video

Here is an excellent, inspiring video which has important implications for our future. I like this video because it does allow you to see how much can be accomplished holistically even on a short term basis – not just in … Continue reading

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Sustainable Organic Vegetable Gardening With Organic Matter

Sustainable organic vegetable gardening can only happen if you know how to use and prepare organic matter. Use of this fertilizer method improves the soil and prevents it from compacting and crusting. It increases the water’s holding ability so earthworms … Continue reading

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Recent Sustainable Gardening News…

Hello everyone, Sorry for the lack of posts recently! It was a much busier summer than anticipated. It’s been a great garden season, except for the extreme lack of rain for the past month…. (Actually it’s drizzling a bit right … Continue reading

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