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Why Choose No-Dig Gardens

Why Choose No-Dig Gardens

| November 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Why choose no-dig gardens you might ask, no-dig gardens are mimicking the way nature does all her gardening, it is the most efficient, organic and natural way to garden. A no-dig garden created on top of the ground is going to benefit the soil greatly. Digging up layers of soil is more stressful on the […]

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Dill the not so silly Herb in the Garden

Dill the not so silly Herb in the Garden

| June 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

Dill is an annual herb and native to the Mediterranean countries as well as Russia. This herb has plumes of fine blue green leaves and yellow flowers that bloom in mid-summer. It grows to approximately 90cm in height. Also, it is one of the easiest herbs to grow in your garden or a pot. When […]

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All sorts of Alliums

All sorts of Alliums

| May 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

This popular herb is of the onion family and it has a beautiful flavour. Alliums also have marvelous health-giving properties. Pyramid builders and Roman soldiers on long marches were fed on a daily ration of garlic. Whose powers apparently extended to protection from black magic. There are over 700 species of alliums in the world. […]

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Mulch your way to a Happy Garden

Mulch your way to a Happy Garden

| May 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Mulching is one of the most important elements to a happy healthy organic garden. Mulch is a layer of organic material placed on the top of the soil surface. It helps to conserve moisture, control weeds and improve the structure and fertility of the soil. Soil can be mulched from natural products like lawn mower […]

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Composting is the Good Soil

Composting is the Good Soil

| April 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

To have a healthy garden that’s organically fed you will need to have a compost. And what is a compost? Well composting is a natural process of materials breaking down.  Such materials as food and garden waste. Because millions of microorganisms drive the compost process by breaking organic matter down into a nutrient rich form. […]

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