Tag: organic gardening

Acidic soil, alkaline soil, who cares?

Soil pH plays a large role in determining what can and cannot be grown in a garden or on a farm Soil is more than dirt and more than just a medium that you can grow grass, vegetables, flowers and trees in. Soil is…

Composting 2.0

Turning your compost into compost tea will take your composting game to the next level Compost is one of the best soil amendments that you can add to your soil. High-quality, finished compost naturally adds nitrogen, potassium, phosphorous and other minerals to your soil…

Bugs Are Not The Enemy in Your Garden

Not having a healthy soil food web is Remove your garden pests with one application of our patented bug killing solution. Hate bugs in your garden? We hate them even more, this is why you need our ultimate pesticide that will protect your fruits,…

Stop Giving Your Time, Energy and Money To Your Lawn

Replace your lawn with native plants to save money, time and energy In my work with homeowners to create the gardens of their dreams, I have been dealing with a lot of lawns that homeowners want me to find solutions for. I have been…

Gardening and Activism

The two are more intertwined than you might imagine Merriam-Webster dictionary defines activism as a doctrine or practice that emphasizes direct vigorous action especially in support of or opposition to one side of a controversial issue. Pretty straight-forward and after reading the definition of activism…

Soil is Alive

The life that exists or doesn’t exist in your soil produce the results that you get in your garden. Soil is comprised of a mixture of bacteria, fungi, algae, minerals, nutrients, protozoa, nematodes, ants, worms, spiders and a host of other creatures and organisms…

The Gardeners Journey

Starting a garden is exciting, having a productive garden three years later is a success Gardening seems magical and it both is and is not magical. Yes it is magical when you plant a small vegetable or flower seed and it grows into a…