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Here you will find all that you need to grow a successful garden. Whether it be in your yard or pots, I hope this will help to put healthy, loving food on your table.. you can do it!

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Image Hosting by Picoodle.com For those starting this group,, I have the information on my computer from a 7 year study (books and hands on) of organic gardening. Most will refer to the upper United States and lower Canada. You can adjust this information for your area as you need it. The first thing that I absolutely suggest is buy a local Farmer's almanac. You will find all the information and help you need there for your area. If you have any questions, I will do my best to answer. I will need information of where you live in the world. I am starting work with Farmer's without borders, and am trying to broaden my scope of area's of this planet in help with growing your own. It truly is a peaceful revolutionary act, and the healthiest thing you can do for your family.. Good luck, and Good growing!

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Comment by ABED MALHAS on May 26, 2011 at 10:52pm

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Comment by erika on August 9, 2009 at 9:49pm
Sorry, I don't want to seem so negative. my pea-plants had grown, last time I checked.
Comment by erika on August 7, 2009 at 1:49pm
I have a smaller garden, I pay a little to rent this spot.
When I got it there was already some Rhubarb, Strawberries. That's it, they give fruit.
The earth is very sandy, and there is not much sun because it is next to the forest. This year almost half of it is just weeds, I have to cycle there and its a little bit too much. I don't feel too happy about giving it away, but i figure having a smaller garden on my balcony would be a better option next year.

By the way, I live in Sweden.
Comment by CalicoGypsy on May 31, 2009 at 3:31am
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Comment by Dufourny Steve on October 23, 2008 at 10:15pm
Hello Lindy ,Mary and all ,

Lindy for your zen garden ,here is some ideas in latin ,acer palmatum dissectum ,acer palmatum dissectum atropurpureum,and others acer palmatum ,some phyllostachis ,azalea ,rhododendrons,hostas ,cedrus atlantica pendula,abies Koreana,Juniperus,photinia red robin,,dryopteris,Hydrangea ,Hamamelis(so splendid),prunus triloba,Salix Integra Hakuro Nishiki,......some stones ,sand ,small diameter stones,small pieces of water with Nymphea,iris ,others water flowers....some water plays ,....

Mary ,for the compost You take branches, lignified materials (carbon), you crush them, and then you mix them with green waste (azot), the green waste is the faded flowers, the waste of lawn, all which is others than branches and trunks, you can also use journals, cardboards etc. the whole is to crush well and to mix in proportion ,exemple one part of carbon for three parts of nitrogen ,after the time of decomposition depends with nitrogenation and water and mixing ,in general 3 months for a good products ...this quality is optimum for soils ,more biodynamic ,more bacterias,.....all is linked.....the compost is a very good base for our grounds and universal technic....

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Steve
Comment by Lindy Magnussen on October 16, 2008 at 11:19am
Hi there, I live in Durban, South Africa where we experience high temperatures and even higher humidity levels. I am not a great gardner but trying desperately to create a zen garden in order to enhance peace and tranquility to my surroundings. I look forward to getting some inspiration and knowledge through this great site.
Many thanks,
Lindy
Comment by Carlos Gracida on October 13, 2008 at 1:25am
Hi! I'm new in Peace, but I like the gardening too, but with not a lot of experience; I live in a tropical town in the Yucatan Peninsula, and obviously my gardening is in a different weather, but is allways important to apply other experiences to the local one. I hope there will be a lot of comments and help in this place.
Thanks and let's start gardening.
 

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