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Growing your own vegetables and herbs is very rewarding. Even if you’re new to gardening and live in an apartment or tiny space, you are still able try out your green thumb! “You can still create a green oasis.” Jeff Gilbert, a gardener and marketer for Green City Growers, helps people learn how to grow a garden in a small space, even if they only...

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There are many reasons why you might choose container gardening over more traditional methods. Maybe you’re short on space, have trouble bending over, or are just really, really lazy (like me). Regardless of why you settle on container gardening, I’m here to tell you that it’s an absolute delight and has the potential to be incredibly productive. After a...

Posted on Apr 28 2016 - 7:31pm by UOG
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“Our handy new infographic lays out all the best options for home-grown fruit, so that you can match your soil type and climate to your preferred fruits and create a calendar that matches your needs. Get planting today, and you’ll soon be reaping the benefits of fresh air, lush surroundings, and healthy fruits whose sweetness is embellished with a hint of...

Posted on Apr 26 2016 - 5:44am by UOG
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The SekuraGarden is a new kind of gardening system that makes it easy to create beautiful, multi-shelved hanging gardens in unused window space. Best of all, the system adjusts to fit most windows, install in just a few minutes, and does no damage in or around your window! The SekuraGarden uses specially designed support arms that adjust to fit most window trim. Shelves...

“Underwater 3D farms could revolutionize food production, using previously untapped space to grow kelp, scallops and mussels.”  These types of farms could revolutionize our dinner plates once we begin to explore more edibles that grow in the ocean.   ...

Meet Jennifer Lumpkin,  a volunteer teacher within the Baltimore Office of Sustainability. She has helped residents in the area learn how to make “the best, most sustainable use of property in the city, whether it’s their own back yard or land they’ve acquired through Baltimore’s popular Adopt-a-Lot program.” They hold classes inside...

“Urban dwellers are increasingly looking to grow their own, in any way, and space, possible, from window boxes to large-scale urban farming options such as Brooklyn Grange. Growing networks of community gardens and online resources suggest gardening media has grown well beyond glossy mags near the supermarket checkout. View Urban Organic Gardener on Instagram...

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“Want to live more sustainably, make nutrient-rich soil for your garden, or simply marvel at the mysteries of microbiology? Start composting! Turning waste into garden treasure is easy, and so satisfying you’ll be hooked from the start!” source- “Craftsy.com“ ...