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11 Jul 2020
At a time when so many of us are facing a heightened sense of threat as well as deep worries about our future, can nature lift our spirits?
27 Jun 2020
• Using Plant -based Strategies Plant-based strategies for supporting pollinators You’ve probably read the news stories on the “insect apocalypse”: the recent steep decline in insect populations and the potentially dire consequences it holds for other animals and ourselves. It’s easy to get discouraged listening to all the doom and gloom, but the good news…
13 Jun 2020
You dig, you toil, you reap the rewards. But, how necessary is digging? Have you ever stopped to consider the logic of turning over the soil, season after season...
6 Jun 2020
In the conscious effort to reduce our high cost of survival, and carbon footprint, more and more people are gearing towards a sustainable way of living. For avid fans of gardening, this also means growing their own chemical-free, economical, and eco-friendly edible patch.
23 May 2020
We continue to learn that food really is medicine. And that growing your own food may be one of the most powerful steps you can take for the health of yourself, your family, and your planet.
9 May 2020
Small food gardens near the family home have traditionally made an important contribution to family nutrition. Home gardens help provide variety in the diet and supply vital vitamins and minerals
18 Apr 2020
When you wash your fresh tomatoes and peppers this is not the time to carelessly throw away the water. You can rather select some good seeds from your ingredients to add and plant with what was washed into the water
28 Mar 2020
The last few years have seen gardening rise in popularity. Once considered an activity mostly undertaken by elderly people or retirees...
14 Mar 2020
Three major concerns seem to be the guiding force or philosophies driving gardening trends for 2020. They are gardening: for wildlife, wellbeing, and the world.
7 Mar 2020
Three major concerns seems to be the guiding force or philosophies driving gardening trends for 2020. They are gardening: for wildlife, wellbeing, and the world.
29 Feb 2020
Growing houseplants in water are a twist on the same plant properties. Many houseplants are genetically programmed to form roots from plant pieces exposed to moisture.
15 Feb 2020
Pink is the new green we are loving right now. While we’re not ready to declare pink the new green, but this plant color is super popular these days. With speckled, striped, or mottled variegation

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