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Making Gardening Easier-Vertical Gardening

BONUS BLOG!!! In this blog we talk about all the previous methods of gardening and adapting them to a vertical format. How cool is this?!   >>Read more here


Making Gardening Easier-Straw Bale Gardening

 In this final blog of a six-part series: Have you ever noticed that some plants grow best in places where they shouldn’t be growing at all? I have some bare spots in my lawn that I can’t get to grow grass, but at the same time I grow a bumper crop of grass in the cracks in my driveway. The same thing happens with straw bales being stored in the barn!  >>Read more here


Making Gardening Easier-Container Gardening

 In this fifth blog of a six-part series: Container gardening?  That’s like a petunia in a pot, right? NOT necessarily! Phil’s sister was the first to introduce us to serious container gardening. She has containers all over her porch, along the back of her house and throughout her yard in Florida. She doesn’t do it because she has to; she does it because it’s efficient, effective, and so much easier than traditional gardening.  >>Read more here


Making Gardening Easier-Square Foot Gardening

 Square Foot Gardening is a refinement of raised bed gardening. It uses high-intensity gardening methods to get the most production out of a modestly-sized raised bed garden plot. This is the fourth blog in this six-part series:  >>Read more here


Making Gardening Easier-Raised Bed Gardening

No series on Making Gardening Easier would be complete without a discussion on raised bed gardening. But how does gardening in shallow box make gardening easier? Let me count the ways in this third blog in the series:  >>Read more here


Making Gardening Easier-Introducing Row Maker®

If you plant a traditional garden with rows of vegetables, you will love this new tool. Whatever the size of your garden plot, it will save you a lot of time and effort. This blog is the second in a six-part series on ways to make gardening easier:  >>Learn more here


Making Gardening Easier-Getting Started

Seems like a perfect time for a series about making gardening easier. If you’re a regular reader of The Approaching Day Prepper, you know that we are novice preppers. This blog is the first in a six-part series on ways to make gardening easier:  >>Learn more here


An Introduction to Square Foot Gardening

Grow more food in less space, save money watering and your back during harvest time with square foot gardening. >>Learn more here


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