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Timeless Gardening Tips | Organic Gardening 365 - Part 2
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11 Ways to Get Involved in or Create Your Own Gardening Community

When we first moved to our house 20 years ago, we didn’t know a soul in this little New England town of 17,000. I was a new stay-at-home dad with a six-month-old baby girl; my wife commuted into New York City every day. And I was LONELY! I had no time to garden much that […]

Book Review: “The Organic Lawn Care Manual” by Paul Tukey

This post is really a book review about a wonderful organic lawn care book.  But I’m going to preface it with a little personal experience that helped me see the importance of caring for my lawn organically.  If you want to get right to the book review, feel free to skip down to it.  I […]

Get Bigger Harvests by Pruning Your Organic Fruit Trees

Ever since I was about two years old, I have been fascinated with planting things and watching them grow. But after living in the same house now for over 20 years, I have realized that some things grow too much or mercilessly invade another plant’s territory and need to be pruned or removed. I used […]

14 Time-tested, “Listen to Your Grandmother” Questions You Must Answer BEFORE You Decide What Fruit to Grow in Your Organic Garden

You’ve got your tomatoes, squash and beans, cucumbers and peppers, your eggplant and a nice variety of herbs in your garden. And a whole bunch of other cool stuff. But are you growing any FRUIT? Okay, okay, we can have the fuss about whether a tomato is a fruit or not (technically it is, but […]

Get Your Kids to Help You in the Garden

I hope you’ve been well and have found a few minutes to take for yourself in all the business and the demands of your day. When I was a stay-at-home dad for ten years, I felt like I never had enough time to myself; there was always too much to do. Three growing kids kept […]