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,
Many people believe the term organic gardening simply means not using any synthetic chemicals in the garden, but to others organic gardening is much more. Organic gardening is defined as a way of growing plants in a sustainable system based on nature through practices such as building the soil and managing pests with a variety