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Growing organic food in even the smallest space - http://organicgarden.org.uk

garden beds Dont let bad soil stop you from planting an edible garden. The solution Raised garden beds. They increase yield and reduce the work. Its no wonder raised garden beds are the kitchen gardeners secret weapon. Potager Garden, Veg Garden, Vegetable Garden Design, Edible Garden, Vegetable Gardening, Veggie Gardens, Garden Boxes, Raised Vegetable Gardens, Raised Gardens

Ask the Expert: How to Create a Beautiful Edible Garden - Gardenista

The steps to creating a kitchen garden sound deceptively easy: build some raised beds, plant vegetables, harvest. Recently when we featured LA garden desig

What used to be a grassy suburban slope is now a food factory, complete with a water catchment system and diverse ecosystems. Jessi Bloom designed thi… - All For Garden Sloped Garden, Garden Beds, Garden Care, Clover Lawn, Parque Linear, Water Catchment, Pot Jardin, Pot Plante, Vegetable Garden Design

Ex-roller-derby queen Jessi Bloom is a rock star in the ecological gardening movement

Jessi Bloom is a model of self-sufficiency, following her own path to permaculture success. And her lectures transcend gardening, taking on a contemporary ecologic ethos.

You Asked: How Can I Find Out the Carbon Footprints of Different Foods? - DarkOwl DamselKnight - You Asked: How Can I Find Out the Carbon Footprints of Different Foods? You Asked: How Can I Find Out the Carbon Footprints of Different Foods? Rachel Williams, Types Of Meat, You Ask, Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Footprint, Footprints, New Shows, Different Recipes, Organic Recipes

You Asked: How Can I Find Out the Carbon Footprints of Different Foods?

We look at research from the Earth Institute and beyond to answer questions about the impacts of beef, soy, and more.

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Winter lettuce - organicgarden.org.uk

Over the years I have tried many ways of keeping veg going in the winter. It was hard at the old site as it was in a frost pocket. Between 2003 and 2013 the temperature dropped to at least -10C every year with one year it was -17C. Looking though photographs I found some images […]

Organic September - organicgarden.org.uk Grow Organic, Organic Farming, Organic Recipes, September, Food, Organic Gardening, Meals, Organic Dinner Recipes

Organic September - organicgarden.org.uk

Organic September - organicgarden.org.uk

A different way to make compost - organicgarden.org.uk How To Make Compost, Worm Farm, Weed Seeds, Grow Organic, Organic Matter, Composting, Green And Brown, Organic Recipes, Restoration

A different way to make compost - organicgarden.org.uk

I must admit to being a composting geek. I just love to see piles of what some would call ‘garden waste’ being turned into life giving compost. That is no exaggeration as we need compost to maintain and restore healthy productive soil. There are many ways to make compost, I have used New Zealand bins […]

An improved lettuce table - organicgarden.org.uk Veg Garden, Home And Garden, Sawn Timber, Types Of Salad, Pond Liner, Diy Store, Back Doors, Irrigation

An improved lettuce table - organicgarden.org.uk

For many years we used a lettuce table to grow cut-and-come-again salad crops, much like the bagged mixed leaves that are air freighted from half round the world. Ours were 2m from the back door and cut just before eating. See this page for more details. Now we have a small veg garden again it […]

An improved lettuce table - organicgarden.org.uk Sawn Timber, Types Of Salad, Pond Liner, Diy Store, Veg Garden, Grow Organic, Organic Recipes, Compost

An improved lettuce table - organicgarden.org.uk

For many years we used a lettuce table to grow cut-and-come-again salad crops, much like the bagged mixed leaves that are air freighted from half round the world. Ours were 2m from the back door and cut just before eating. See this page for more details. Now we have a small veg garden again it […]

For many years we used a lettuce table to grow cut-and-come-again salad crops, much like the bagged mixed leaves that are air freighted from half round the world. Ours were 2m from the back door and cut just before eating. See this page for more details. Now we have a small veg garden again it […] Veg Garden, Home And Garden, Sawn Timber, Types Of Salad, Pond Liner, University Of Maryland, Diy Store, Information Center

An improved lettuce table - organicgarden.org.uk

For many years we used a lettuce table to grow cut-and-come-again salad crops, much like the bagged mixed leaves that are air freighted from half round the world. Ours were 2m from the back door and cut just before eating. See this page for more details. Now we have a small veg garden again it […]

Radish seeds were sown between broad beans and peas on May Today there was good germination. It has been warm and they have been well watered so the conditions must have been exactly right. Four Days, Organic Recipes, How To Dry Basil, Seeds, Grow Organic, Food, Grains, Meals, Organic Dinner Recipes

Radish seeds germinate in four days - organicgarden.org.uk

Radish seeds were sown between broad beans and peas on May 17th. Today there was good germination. It has been warm and they have been well watered so the conditions must have been exactly right. Instant gardening!

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk Strawberry Beds, Strawberry Patch, Strawberry Shortcake, Grow Organic, Delicious Fruit, Grow Your Own, Organic Recipes, Strawberries, Roots

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk

It is strawberry time! The quintessential British (and Japanese) fruit – red, ripe, sweet and juicy fresh strawberries. That rules out the tasteless varieties sold in supermarkets, so it means having a strawberry patch in the garden! If you want to taste real strawberries then grow your own, pick them and eat them straight away. […]

It is strawberry time!  The quintessential British (and Japanese) fruit –  red, ripe, sweet and juicy fresh strawberries. That rules out the tasteless varieties sold in supermarkets, so it means having a strawberry patch in the garden! If you want to taste real strawberries then grow your own, pick them and eat them straight away. […] Strawberry Beds, Strawberry Patch, Strawberry Shortcake, Grow Organic, Delicious Fruit, Grow Your Own, Organic Recipes, Compost, Strawberries

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk

It is strawberry time! The quintessential British (and Japanese) fruit – red, ripe, sweet and juicy fresh strawberries. That rules out the tasteless varieties sold in supermarkets, so it means having a strawberry patch in the garden! If you want to taste real strawberries then grow your own, pick them and eat them straight away. […]

Moist, airy, and light Japanese strawberry shortcake recipe with homemade whipped cream, simple & elegant cake for celebrating all occasions. Japanese Strawberry Shortcake, Homemade Strawberry Shortcake, Strawberry Cakes, Chocolate Strawberries, Strawberries And Cream, Covered Strawberries, Simple Elegant Cakes, Cake Preparation, Flat Cakes

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk

It is strawberry time! The quintessential British (and Japanese) fruit – red, ripe, sweet and juicy fresh strawberries. That rules out the tasteless varieties sold in supermarkets, so it means having a strawberry patch in the garden! If you want to taste real strawberries then grow your own, pick them and eat them straight away. […]

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk Strawberry Beds, Strawberry Patch, Strawberry Shortcake, Nhk, Japanese Sweets, Delicious Fruit, Creating A Brand, Organic Recipes, Strawberries

Strawberries - organicgarden.org.uk

It is strawberry time! The quintessential British (and Japanese) fruit – red, ripe, sweet and juicy fresh strawberries. That rules out the tasteless varieties sold in supermarkets, so it means having a strawberry patch in the garden! If you want to taste real strawberries then grow your own, pick them and eat them straight away. […]