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Barakura style gardening is an inventive kind of container gardening that you haven’t seen anywhere else.
Can you imagine a garden that gives you a year’s worth of food yet given only 4 hours of work a week? Kat Lavers and her partner, Danny, have lived in a suburban block for ten years and have transformed their hundred square-meter garden into a food-producing space. Watch the video below as Kat shows […]
Vast spaces of land aren’t required to make your farm. If you want to create a permaculture garden in a small area, try out container gardening. Believe it or not, you can grow your own food in pots, cans, plastic bottles, and even old boots. As long as there is light and shade, your plants […]
If you want an abundant fall garden, start planting your crops midsummer. The key is to plant fast-growing crops while the soil is still warm so that the seeds germinate quicker. Here are six vegetables that you can grow now for a fall harvest: Cucumber – Cucumbers seeds sprout faster in warm temperatures, and you […]
Heat may have damaged many plants over the summer. Container plants have suffered the most, and the heat did not spare trees. With all of their dried leaves and dead flowers, you might consider throwing away those plants. But don’t do that, because it’s not over for these plants. Key takeaways: Plants have a transpiration […]
The truth is: we love trees.
Yes, you can grow your shrubs in containers.
Growing your own fruit garden is a cheap way to get your tasty fruits right from your backyard. Berries can grow in spaces like window boxes, hanging baskets, and pots on your patio. Growing berries in containers have plenty of benefits, such as little to no weeding and keeping slugs away from your fruits. Key […]
After Molly’s mother-in-law was diagnosed with cancer, she and her husband decided to eat healthier. But, unfortunately, organic food is much more expensive than usual food, and Molly’s grocery bills are out of budget. To top it off, she lives in a rental home along with her family, and the owners told them not to […]