Posts Tagged ‘organic gardening’

Raised Bed Gardening – Wisconsin Garden Video Blog 262.avi

Saturday, April 21st, 2012

In our ever expanding raised bed gardeing projects, we’re expanding our north garden area and prepping the area for 4 more 4′ x 10′ raised beds. Now that all the materials have been delivered it’s time to build and install our new raised beds. Take a peek at what we accomplished in 6 hours moving over 9000 pounds of soil, humus, peat moss, and course gravel.

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    Container Gardens — Herbs

    Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

    Tricia shares tips for planting your very own herb garden in containers. More about herbs at our site groworganic.com and in our blog post about Planting Herbs in Containers & Drip Irrigation for Pots http

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      Planting Garlic in Containers

      Thursday, October 20th, 2011

      Dave shows you how simple it is to grow garlic in containers.

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        Herb Gardening For Beginners – Best Herbs For An Organic Garden

        Monday, October 17th, 2011

        Go to www.smilinggardener.com to see the best 3 herb plants. I was thinking about herb gardening for beginners, and I was trying to think of what I would recommend as the best herbs for getting started with in an organic herb garden. Let me know what you think below. And check out www.smilinggardener.com for the free ’15 Vital Organic Gardening Lessons For Becoming A Better Organic Gardener’.

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          15 Vital Organic Gardening Lessons For Becoming A Better Gardener

          Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

          Come join me at www.smilinggardener.com to get these 9 free videos and 6 free articles. I made these lessons for people who are passionate about learning more about organic gardening and getting some new gardening advice. If that is you, I am super excited that you are going to join me on this journey and commit to expanding your knowledge!

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            My Organic Container Garden and Harvesting Bok Choy For My Morning Juice!

            Monday, September 26th, 2011

            My first attempt at an organic container garden. Its just a start, it was just an experiment to organic gardening myself which I have never had my own garden and I really do love the process. Next year I will expand as much as I can with the room that I have. Stay tuned for that one!

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              June Gardening

              Sunday, July 17th, 2011

              Glimpse into my June Garden. Squash, melon, amaranth, tomatoes, oh my.

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                What are some recommended books for newbies to gardening?

                Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

                Especially helpful if they’re about small spaces, herbs, and organic gardening. I have an apartment and I’d like to have a small organic herb and flower garden on my deck, but I’m not sure where to start. Thanks!

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                  3 Organic Gardening Tips That You Must Not Neglect

                  Monday, June 20th, 2011

                  Check out www.smilinggardener.com for the free ’15 Vital Organic Gardening Lessons For Becoming A Better Organic Gardener’. Here are 3 of the most important organic gardening tips for you to remember. Are you doing all of them? Is there one you could do better in your organic garden? Let me know below. And read today’s full blog post at www.smilinggardener.com

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                    Getting the Most Out of Your Vegetable Garden

                    Saturday, June 11th, 2011

                    Different vegetables come to maturity at different times. This means that, with some planning, you can keep many areas of your garden in production more of the time, increasing your yield. Find out how.

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