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Composting

Composting

Composting.  The single best thing that you can do for your garden. There is a process that can improve the yield and quality of your garden, save money, provide a way to deal with food scraps and yard trimmings, and protect your environment.This process is called composting. Composting converts food scraps and yard trimmings from just another burden on our overflowing landfills into a boon for your vegetables, herbs, shrubs, and flowers. An added bonus is that you are also…

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Where I’ve Been and What is Coming

Where I’ve Been and What is Coming

First I would like to apologize for my long silence. Right after setting up this site life happened, eating an inordinate amount of my time and effort.  While I have had my mind on this blog throughout the summer the opportunity to consolidate the research that I had been doing did not present itself until just recently. I am back and prepared to present as much useful information on gardening for health as I can. I hope that your garden…

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Gardening in Small Places

Gardening in Small Places

I have been working with a limited area for my gardening efforts for years now and in the process have picked up many tricks to maximize your grow space, regardless of your situation.  In the process I have also found that when you are trying to get the most from the least the natural, organic methods work the most consistently and with the best sustainability. Our house sits on the smallest lot possible for a house its size and actually…

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March means garden planning for planting

March means garden planning for planting

By the middle of March serious gardeners are preparing to sprout the greens that thrive in the cool weather gardens of the spring.  Peas, lettuce, peas, potatoes, radishes, kale, broccoli, etc. should go into the garden right after the last frost of spring. rbuedHi I’m Ron. I am a woodcarver, writer and gardener. I have a wife who has put up with me for nearly 34 years, three wonderful adult sons and three delightful grandchildren.