Some of the wet waste that is generated in our gardens can actually be re-used to become full blown plants. Have a look! Source: Whole Foods
Whether you grow food in a spacious garden or a tiny backyard, adopting intensive gardening techniques can help you grow a more productive garden that’s more efficient to manage. These methods will open up a new world when it comes to small-space gardening, which can be so much more than just a few lone pots on a balcony.
A few years ago the children at the Waldorf School of Cape Cod school grew, harvested and, ultimately, ate a giant, two-pound carrot. The organic gardening program at the school has come a long way since then. They now have a unheated green house and a program where middle school gardeners lead first through fifth graders as they learn to build soil,
The oldest plant ever to be regenerated has been grown from 32,000-year-old seeds—beating the previous record-holder by some 30,000 years. A Russian team discovered a seed cache of Silene stenophylla, a flowering plant native to Siberia, that had been buried by an Ice Age squirrel near the banks of the Kolyma River (map). Radiocarbon dating confirmed that the seeds