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We live in times when impossible nothing. If you are willing to harvest plants in your own apartment in the city there are ways to do it all year long! No need for a big space or big investments into huge stands, now you can have your own nano garden in your own kitchen. A Healthy life style came to the cities. Comparison of Top Kitchen Nano Gardens If you’re looking for a way to grow fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers right in your kitchen, a kitchen nano garden might

It’s Good for the Earth, Good for Your Garden Recycling your kitchen waste into compost reduces the amount of garbage you send to landfills. It does more good for your vegetable garden than you might have previously thought. More and more, scientists are finding that the nutrients in so-called “green waste” benefit agricultural soils. It is opposite to often found negative soil impacts in industrial-style agriculture. The Composting Process, How long does it take? Scientists discovery Recent research by the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (DPI) shows that

Create a Plant Border Around a Vegetable Patch In gardening, a border uses shorter plants at the edge of a planting bed. In a vegetable patch or kitchen garden, border plants can surround it on all sides. Plants in a vegetable garden should tolerate a full sun location planted in well-draining soil. Edging plant ideas can inspire gardeners to make use of every spot of ground. For example, vegetable plants surrounded by tall fencing are a good location for a bulb and cutting flowers. The kitchen garden is a common-sense

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