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Gardening, Cactus, Garden Planning, Diy, Ideas, Vegetable Garden Design, Garden Gates, Garden Pests, Garden Projects

In this short 10 minute video Charles Dowding turns an uncultivated plot of land into an abundant garden using the no-dig approach, all within a couple of months in 2013.This is a great technique to kick off a new garden without the need for digging...If you like this idea, be sure to share it with your friends and inspire someone you know. Anything becomes possible with just a little inspiration…

Cassie Cable
Organic Gardening Tips, Compost, Garden Soil Prep, Garden Soil Preparation, Starting A Vegetable Garden, Gardening Tips, Starting A Garden, Home Vegetable Garden, Garden Soil

A no-till garden is a method of gardening that does away with the traditional use of tilling to prepare the soil. In no-till gardens, the soil is not dug up and turned to prepare for planting. Instead, organic components like compost and animal fertilizers are layered over the soil to create a rich, nutrient-heavy base in which to plant seeds and starters.

Anna Shuford
Compost, Vegetable Garden Design, Eco Garden, Layout, Vegetable Garden Diy, Garden Help, Gardening Tips, Garden Beds, Gardening Techniques

A few weeks ago we blogged an article in the LA Times about No-Dig Gardens. They require less water than traditional gardens and they’re an easy way to start a raised bed. You can even start one right over a patch of grass you want to get rid of. Another easy gardening option is bringing the garden inside with grass you can grow indoors. Our friend and coworker, Hulda Nelson, tipped us off to the article.

Cyndi Rowray