Did you know you can grow your own sprouts right on your kitchen counter top with no soil needed? I’m a huge fan of sprout seeds and this cute little kit featured below that can be found at B…
Source: Grow Your Own Organic Sprouts In Your Winter Kitchen – Creative Living & Growing with Bren
Hugelkultur is the building of raised beds by burying wood and other organic material. Just because you are renting doesn’t mean you can’t implement one this season.
Source: Hugelkultur on Rented Land – Organic Gardening – MOTHER EARTH NEWS
“Never underestimate your power to inspire and affect your community around you. Even the smallest of acts can really ripple out.” – John VanDeusen Edwards, Founder of The Food is Free Project Food is Free Project The Food is Free Project grows community and food while helping people gain independence from a broken agricultural system. The […]
Source: How To Start A Food Is Free Project! | Collective-Evolution
An African proverb says it takes a village to raise a child – but I think it takes a community to raise that village
Source: Beginner’s guide to guerrilla gardening | Stuff.co.nz
When I came to Florida 4 months ago to start Laulima Farm, I did not realize just how little soil there was. I started my garden and planted some seeds and they sprouted, did nothing, and died a few days later. All there was here was beach sand. Pure white and full of shells. It …
Source: Building Better Soil with Woodchips
GreenstalkGarden.com sent out a garden tower for me to experience and review this season. Greenstalk Garden Tower is a space-saving planter that is vertical and stackable. I found a flat surface in my back garden on the garden potting room and it was easy to assemble. First I added in my favorite Espoma Organic …
Source: Greenstalk Garden Tower Review – Shawna Coronado
Nothing gives you a head start on spring — not to mention close long-season veggie varieties — like the tried-and-true hotbed. Now MOTHER tells you how to get the most out of this classic planting-season extender.
Source: Using the Hotbed Planting-Season Extender in Your Garden – Organic Gardening – MOTHER EARTH NEWS
By harnessing the power of decomposition, plants can get a head start on the season.
Source: Say adieu to winter with a hotbed in the garden – The Washington Post
Question: What is the advantage of having a cold frame? Is it too late in the winter to start one?
Answer: A cold frame allows you to extend the gardening season and enjoy fresh vegetables at times when others without a cold frame could not. A hotbed provides…
Source: Thinking ahead to your spring garden