Year: 2016

The less chemicals you use, the better!

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So, we guess that if you’re reading this blog entry now, you are an avid gardener yourself, right? Which in turn means that as we’re talking about the ways to compost your garden, the more you should be listening.

Lose Your Lawn (or part of it)

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As unconventional as it may sound to some of the hobbyist gardeners, your lawn just takes too many resources in, including your water, your time and your energy. A lot of water and fertilizers are needed to keep…

Mulch Your Landscape

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Well, in case you didn’t know it, the matter of the fact is that your garden, your plants, and specifically your garden’s soil that everything grows upon need protecting. Mulching will be a perfect way of providing such a natural and harmless, chemicals-free kind of protection. So, first thing’s first…

Grow Your Own Food

While this one may sound just a little bit too obvious for anyone, but just think of how many edibles you are capable of growing (and subsequently consuming) if your garden’s area exceeds a standard size. Starting with such basic things as berries, vegetables, and fruits, there’s a whole world of possible…