Some really interesting ideas You can never pin too much info on Hugelkulture. I slready have my test bed started. Hopefully I get good results next year. One of the bad things about living so far North, the growing season is never long enough.
Hugelkultur: Sepp Holzer explains how burying branches, even whole trees, in raised beds allows the gardener or farmer to grow an incredible variety of food, even on the most unpromising upland or arid land. (scroll down) Sepp Holzer is awesome!
Trench composting fits perfectly into my crazy gardening life. It’s much simpler than trying to constantly have a pile of cooking compost. Trench composting lets my garden create it's own soil building organic matter.ourstoneyacres to le
Trench compost piles become their own productive garden plots in just a few months. This reduces the need to disrupt healthy soil micro-ecosystems by digging up and transporting compost from the compost pile to the garden.
DIY Bokashi Bucket - handles onions/garlic, citrus rinds and cooked/uncooked meat. Things you can't put in a normal compost and worms don't like. Luckily, I have some of these big lidded buckets at home!
Do you have fruit trees that used to fruit well but are no longer producing much or any fruit? Perhaps your vegetable garden isn’t as lush as it once was, with fewer vegetables or smaller, misshapen ones.
Want to do your part to save the pollinators? This easy DIY mason bee house takes only minutes to make and will attract pollinators to your garden! Makes a great Earth Day craft, garden craft or an easy kid craft for a rainy day!