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Lasagna gardening is a technique that uses layers of organic material to build a desired garden space in order to produce fertile soil. Also known as sheet composting, this gardening technique requires no digging or clea... More »

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Straw bale gardening is a variant of raised bed gardening. The straw bale serves as both the raised bed and as the growing substrate for the plants. Straw bale gardens require minimal labor and can be grown anywhere, eve... More »

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Organic and inorganic foods are different due to the farming process, not the chemical makeup of the food. Organic food is chemical free, free of genetic modification and has not had contact with inorganic food during th... More »

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Some gardening projects appropriate for kids include collecting and identifying leaves for a scrapbook, planting seeds in the shape of the child's initial, making and maintaining a compost bin, gathering and drying seeds... More »

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To find local nurseries or garden centers, visit different gardening websites, such as Dave's Garden, Gardens.com and Monrovia. These online resources offer search tools so visitors can find their gardening needs in a ne... More »

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Hay bale gardening is done by planting plants directly into hay bales without the use of soil. Before beginning, the hay bale must be conditioned for planting to ensure a hospitable environment for new plants. This proce... More »

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Organic gardening starts by building up the soil so it is fertile, choosing suitable seeds and plants, starting seedlings indoors in early spring and then planting the hardiest ones outside. Organic gardening refers to g... More »

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