How To Make a Forest Garden

Also known as ‘edible forests’ or ‘food forests’, forest gardens are a wonderful solution for a range of different climates and situations around the world. If you want to grow food in as low-impact a way as possible, but don’t necessarily have the time for a fully fledged annual vegetable plot, making a forest garden […]

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Companion Planting – Ultimate Beginner’s Guide

Companion planting, or the art of utilizing herb plants to benefit the garden, has been in practice for a long time and is definitely not a new idea. Native Americans used the “3 Sisters” method, our ancestors used herbs to help vegetable gardens produce heavier harvests, and today gardeners all over have modified this practice […]

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How to Use the Back to Eden Gardening Method

Growing and working in a garden can be a rewarding experience. Especially when you enjoy the bounty of your own harvests. But with a productive vegetable garden will come the chores: weeding and watering. But using the Back to Eden method can reduce how much you have to manually water your plants as well as […]

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How to Build a Bug Hotel

The average garden can be home to thousands of different bugs and insects. While some of these creatures, such as aphids, can be harmful or destructive, others are more helpful. For example ladybugs will predate aphids, helping to keep their numbers down and your plants safe. However, insect numbers are declining. One of the main […]

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