Tips For Growing More Food in a Small Space

Organic gardens come in all shapes and sizes. Some people may tend them as a hobby, while others may use the fruits and vegetables to help feed their families. Furthermore, we all have different sizes of organic gardens. Therefore, if you want to maximize your yields, regardless of your garden size, here are some tips…

8 Hearty Houseplants

Houseplant aficionados can attest that they freshen rooms, reduce dust levels, boost humidity and suppress carbon monoxide. Such are the benefits that lure homeowners to grow houseplants. But, you may not always have time to tend to your houseplants yet you want to enjoy their benefits. The truth is, houseplants can improve any indoor organic…

Maintain Healthy Soil with Crop Rotation

A current emphasis on the benefits of organic gardening is avoiding chemical fertilizers and finding ways of keeping your soil healthy and productive. Crop rotation is among the many things you can do to retain healthy soil while avoiding harsh chemicals. It is a technique that harkens back to organic gardening basics and eliminates common…

Ways To Store Fresh Veggies For Winter

If you enjoy consuming your organically grown vegetables, you may be having a hard time storing them through winter after a good fall harvest. However, it is possible to store vegetables from your organic garden and keep them fresh for as long as possible throughout winter. The trick is understanding what should be stored where….

No Fail Perennials for Low Water Gardens

Perennials are plants that reach their maturity for at least two seasons. They can be planted as a single, solitary plants, grouped in a flower border or flowerbeds and also between shrubs. Many are also planted with annuals and biennial plants in mixed flower garden beds. Perennials are plants that live two years or more…

Top Organic Garden Fertilizers You Can Make

One of the keys to a thriving organic garden is healthy soil. By feeding your soil with rich, homemade fertilizers before planting then you will be giving your plants the best opportunity of success, and promote robust, vigorous growth. You will also be avoiding adding potentially hazardous chemicals to your soil, and saving money in…

Growing Herbs in Pots

Growing herbs in pots are one of the easiest and most rewarding things you can do in your organic garden. It’s a great feeling when you can walk out to your patio and clip off whatever herbs you need for that night’s meal. From experience, it’s hard to get herbs to grow right in pots…

Tips for Successful Winter Composting

Composting is the process of using organic waste to supplement soil. To put it simply, common organic wastes like kitchen and yard scraps are put into a pile, and then they decompose. That decomposed material can be added to enrich any soil. All the nutrients that were in that material can, in turn, nurture the…