The leading non-profit agency supporting organic gardening product validation efforts is the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), which validates and promotes the use of certified organic products. These products are known as “OMRI Listed.”
Not sure how to start and maintain an organic garden? Organic vegetable gardening can be easier than you think.
Compost is a soil-like mixture that consists largely of decayed organic matter and is used for fertilizing and conditioning land. Home composting reduces the…
When it comes to planting and harvesting, there are very few differences between horizontal and vertical gardening. Before you plant Whether you’re using a container…
What are the effects of gardening on both the environment and the gardeners? Let’s explore!
Gardens are the perfect place to create habitats for animals, and with the help of a few trees, plants, and accessories, your property can become a safe haven!
Recycling in everyday life is simple, but it’s even simpler in the garden through the practice of composting. Composting allows you to recycle waste and scraps to create a very robust fertilizer for your plants.
Water conservation is key to preserving our natural resources while also providing your lawn and garden with the moisture it needs. wat
Although our gardens are not highly dynamic during the winter, a great amount of activity occurs below the surface. This is important to keep in mind when composting through cold winter months, as you will want to replenish and build up your stock of nutrients for the gardening season to come!
Here are some REALLY good reasons why you should grow your own tomatoes. Read “Tomatoland” by Barry Estabrook. Or be convinced by these excerpts from the NY Times book review..