Many of us already recycle containers for seedlings, but here's some reminders of just how creative we can be. (Note: the "seedlings" are often bit of plant stuck in the container, but still give a good idea of the end result.)Read more…
I'm currently reading this book by Jeffrey who lives locally at Flaxton.
It's like all my thoughts on gardening put down on paper in a really easy to read and follow format. Highly recommended.
About $30 retail I picked a quality second hand copy upRead more…
Eating organic sharply cuts pesticide exposure - study
By Dinny Navaratnam
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Compact and sensible little article full of good advice from FOOD MATTERS:
6 Steps To Creating Your Own Organic Garden!
By Tara Green (Natural News)
Organic gardening avoids the use of chemicals to make plants grow or protect them from insects, r
Broccoli its so nutrious & I grow it every year, but the seeds or seedlings are always hybrid, because I have not been able to find a variety that produces big heads that is open pollinated.
Yes I grow Chinese Broccoli & now some called Sorrento, butRead more…
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