Taylor B asks: what are the best places/ways to learn about organic gardening?
The answer voted best is:
Answer by ANGEL
People learn in different ways & the internet is a great way to get access to articles & videos about Organic Gardening.
Here’s a video about composting:
There’s also online forums talk about organic gardening, Square Foot gardening, food etc, exchange ideas, hints and tips and get to know other like minded people.
Gardenweb is a great gardening forum:
UBC Botanical Garden Forums.
Farm & Garden Forum
The Garden Forums:
UBC Botanical Garden Forums:
Natural lawn care:
Organic Gardening magazine & its website is a good way to learn too:
Organic Gardening forum:
I learn a lot from the resources at my library, & I spend a lot of time with others who have organic gardens in my area.
Getting first-hand experience by trying out different ways to garden is one of the best ways I’ve learned about Organic Gardening & how it stands the test of time in the long run.
What do you think? Answer below!
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You need to check out gardening by the yard with Paul James. He has a tv show and a few books and video tapes out.
READ all you can, then start planting! I’m going on four years…and am amazed at how much I don’t know. Practice, practice–a lot of good plants have to die for a successful organic gardener to be born! Good luck, and good for you for going green!