5 Herbs that grow in SHADE
5 Herbs That Grow In Shade - Herbal Academy of New England
Hometalk :: Gardening in Hypertufa Planters (Ohio)
Gardening in Hypertufa Planters (Ohio)
For daylilies, divide them in the spring as soon as you see new growth appear or wait until after they finish blooming for fall dividing. For hostas, spring is the best time to separate them if this is your first time because the new foliage sprouts are closed making it much easier to see the actual root bulbs,
How to create a permaculture forest garden #edible forest
Permaculture Column: The Forest Garden - Natural Life Magazine
Quote: "It takes two hours to set up a 300-square-foot garden that requires no roto-tilling -- no digging at all! -- and, even in drought-stricken California, only needs to be watered every ten days or so." no till gardening, no dig garden, 300squarefoot garden, low water, water gardens, gardening quotes, gardening california, hour, droughtstricken california
Interesting concept. Quote: "It takes two hours to set up a 300-square-foot garden that requires no roto-tilling -- no digging at all! -- and, even in drought-stricken California, only needs to be watered every ten days or so."
No-dig, low-water garden
If you wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks, and it will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out! This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tin foil, and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks! fridg, lettuce, tins, celery, broccoli, week wrap, celeri, tinfoil, tin foil
If you wrap your celery in tin foil before placing it in the fridge it will last for weeks, and it will still be fresh and crisp when you pull it out! This also works for stored broccoli for 7 weeks wrapped in tin foil, and heads of lettuce for at least 6 weeks!!!
PREPARE TODAY: Long-Term Produce Storage...Kind of...
Making Your Own Composting Bin
Making Your Own Composting Bin - Real Life at Home
Forget Me Not. Low growing. Shade loving
How Many State Flowers Do You Know?
An easy and cost efficient drip-watering system...and it's on a timer! I'm all over this...
Urban agriculture is the practice of cultivating, processing, and distributing food. Many gardeners make the common mistake by purchasing chemically treated soil from the local garden center. Initially your Fruits & Vegetables will grow well.
Urban Gardening: How to Create Nutrient Rich Organic Soil.
Great permaculture, water wise design by Laura Wright @ www.mindfulgarden....
An Urban Revitalization Project (click for a video!)
Edible front gardens. Unlike many here, my back yard is full of sun. So much that a lot of things burn up my front yard is much kinder to plants - may try something more than my the tomato this year. plant, front gardens, yard garden, lawn, edible garden, edible front yard, front yards, backyard, edibl garden
Best front yard edible gardens
"Urban Roots" Trailer by Tree Media. A video about the urban farming movement changing Detroit.
▶ 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre - Urban Farm - Urban Homestead - Growing Your Own Food - YouTube
virtual tours of sustainable systems
Virtual Tours | The Radix Ecological Sustainability Center
This is a great talk given about the additives in our foods (a lot of which happened in the mid-late 90s) and the link with allergies and cancer. It's a good reminder to get back on track with healthier foods for my family. I find it interesting that dozens of other countries ban stuff until they know if it is safe and the US allows it until it is proven to be unsafe. american food, street food, gmo, real foods, food allergies
Best Ted Talk on food ever! || Pinner: "'I figured if it was on grocery store shelves, it was safe. Don't tell me what to eat and please do not tell me what to feed my kids. I had four picky eaters, limited time, limited budget and I didn't want to hear it. And then one morning over breakfast, life changed...'" -Robyn O'Brien