Saving seeds for the Seedy Sunday seed swap – 4 Feb. 2018 — Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group

Our friends at Garden Organic have some great tips on seed saving. Which seeds can I swop? Seeds from plants that do well in your garden, vegetable, flower, shrub, herbs… Ideally more unusual plants are sought after. Seeds from healthy plants. They should be collected when ripe, as mature seeds contain more food which […] via

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TOP 4 Failures of 2017 — Homegrown Garden

Following on from my recent TOP 7 Successes of 2017 post, it only seemed fair to share my failures too. I have to say that 2017 was overall a very good year on the allotment but some crops didn’t perform as well as I hoped. via TOP 4 Failures of 2017 — Homegrown Garden

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Aquaponics 4 You — Peachy’s Reviews

Break-Through Organic Gardening Secret Grows You Up To 10 Times The Plants, In Half The Time, With Healthier Plants, While the “Fish” Do All the Work… Imagine a Garden Where There’s No More Weeds or Soil Pests, No Tilling or Cultivating, No Fertiliser Spreading or Compost Shredding, No Manure Spreading or Irrigating, and No Tractor […]

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Giving Thanks for Gardens — Growing Food At Pacific

by Patty A. Gray, Garden Program Director Nature is a gardener. When we leave it alone, Nature produces perfectly sustainable gardens – nothing is brought in, nothing is taken out. Nature’s gardens are not static; they ebb and flow along with patterns in weather and fire and the serendipity of animal visitations. Nor are Nature’s […]

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