Resources for Organic Gardening

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As the site name suggests, is a very huge source of information and recommendations about organic garden plants. It has actually 300 tips, including how to maintain a healthy soil, how to buy plants for your landscape, how to plant from plastic containers, how to avoid pest infestation, the importance of organic pest control, the different kinds of poisonous flowers, how to increase your gardening space, how to avoid newly planted trees from transplant shock, how to keep composting simple, and many more. There is also a separate article about the eleven most useful organic products for your garden.

Organic Gardening from
Organic gardening is the practice of growing fruits and vegetables, using only things found in nature. Absolutely no man-made chemicals are used. Although we usually do not think of it, Organic Gardening concepts also apply to the world of flowers, trees, shrubs, and even your lawn. It is gardening without harmful and artificial chemicals, or other products not naturally found in nature. Commonly today, chemicals and non-natural products are used for fertilizing, and for control of insects, disease, and weeds. Information about natural insecticides, composting for mulch and fertilizer, using manures, and more. A section on organic gardening news is noted. Includes a section on bulbs, flowers, fruit, herbs houseplants, lilacs and more.

Organic Gardening Model
The aim of the Henry Doubleday Research Association's scientific research is to develop and improve the techniques used in organic agriculture and to advance the knowledge of organic production systems, focusing on commercial organic horticulture in temperate areas and on sustainable agriculture in developing countries. Includes a section on what to do in your garden, questions and answers, buying a compost box, blackcurrant pests, organic gardening events, seeds, education, visit organic gardens, how to make compost, organic pest control and more.

Organic Gardening: A Guide to Resources
Includes a brief history of organic gardening. This guide is intended for organic gardeners and those who want to be organic gardeners. It may also be useful for small-scale organic farmers and those interested in the organic movement in general. Several research databases and online references have been used to collect the information for this publication. Sections include organic gardening resources, garden design, organic production techniques, soil fertility and composting, growing organic food, ornamental plants and flowers, pest weed and disease control and organic lifestyles.

The Home of Gardening Knowledge and Advice
Garden Advice serves up many how-to's, from garden design to organic gardens. Learn how to build a patio or grow the perfect lawn. Check out the weekly audio gardening calendar to get additional tips on how to grow anything from organic vegetables to water gardens. Garden Advice also has a membership program which promises to support your gardening endeavours by offering priority advice by email, a World of Gardening CD-Rom, video gardening calendar and special member benefits.

Organic Gardening Information
Growing in your organic garden is easy with these fact sheets. Includes a vegetable growing chart, lettuce table, section on soil pH, do it yourself soil tests, biodynamics, companion planting charts, liquid and foliar feeds, planting plan, organic fruit growing, gardener's checklists, composting, crop rotation and sowing seeds. Square foot gardening, urban farming and microfarming are also noted. Site is based in the United Kingdom.

Design Your Dream Garden & Include an Outdoor Garden Fountain
If you want to design your dream garden but are having trouble trying to figure out where to get started, do give this site a look. You will get guidance through all the steps in taking your garden from the idea stage to the planting stage. Discover why you want to plan your garden out on paper first and don't be afraid to get some gardening books for ideas about style. Part of the design is determining where your outdoor fountain (if you are including one) will be located. Color is key to the effect you want to achieve, and by adding certain combinations of flowers, you can get the precise look you want. Once you have considered all of these steps, then you can start planting your garden.

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