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A carnival of green gardening

Carnival of Green Gardening

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of green gardening.



James Shoop presents Alternative Uses For Common Veggies posted at Growing Groceries.com, saying, "Learn several secondary edible uses for veggies already growing in your garden!"


toad sticker presents Liquid organic fertilizer posted at The Prepared Christian, saying, "A super compost tea maker that works well"


Piedro Molinero presents More About Butterfly Gardening posted at DIY Gardening Tips.


Julian Pollock presents Natural Herbal Remedies - Organically Treating Baby and Family Organic Family Circle posted at Organic Family Circle.


Kristen McCarthy presents Community Gardens: Transform Urban Spaces posted at this-sustainable-life.com, saying, "Traditionally, community gardens emerge in the most unlikely spaces: from dispossessed parking lots and abandoned railway lines, to hubcap strewn parks and needle plagued back alleys, to the sagging rooftops that overlook laundry lines stretched out across the cityscape in multifarious patterns. In these areas rejected and wasted from human-made decay, urban gardens are birthed."


Dave Hobbs presents The Right Nectar for Hummingbird Feeding posted at Hummingbird Feeding Guide, saying, "For those who want to enhance their gardens with artificial hummingbird feeders, here are tips on what to do (and what not to do)."


Stephanie presents End of the Summer Garden Reflections posted at Stop the Ride!.



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Carnival of Green Gardening

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers September 9, 2008 edition of a carnival of green gardening.



James Shoop presents Grow Food and Save The World posted at Growing Groceries.com, saying, "GrowingGroceries.com is a blog dedicated to helping people grow their own food!"


Stephanie presents New Sprouts posted at Stop the Ride!.


Ena Clewes presents Dealing With Garden Pests the Organic Way - Gardening Articles - Organic Gardening posted at Organic Gardening, saying, "For many gardeners, a good offense is better than a good defense when it comes to pests in the garden."


Melinda presents VIDEO!! Gardening 101: How To Hand-Pollinate Tomatoes & Peppers posted at One Green Generation.


Piedro Molinero presents Rose Gardening posted at DIY Gardening Tips.


Jamie McIntosh presents Sawdust in the Organic Garden posted at Jamie's Blog, saying, "Put wood shavings to work in your compost bin or garden storage area."


Reba Haas presents Going ?Green? in 2008 part 3 - at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show? posted at Team Reba Real Estate, saying, "Looking ahead to those grey months in Seattle where we dream of our gardens? Be prepared for the coming year's Northwest Flower and Garden Show! Early news on what will be the focus of this year's gorgeous event."


webrunner presents Dealing With Squirrel Problems Humanely posted at Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder Guide.


Stephanie presents It has to be done. posted at Stop the Ride!.


Sam presents The Secret Lives of Bees. Honey, Health and Harvests ! Surfer Sam posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, "Bees, Honey, Pollen and Propolis. Bees, We Can't Do Without Them. The role of honeybees in pollinating crops is a vital one. It is estimated that bees pollinate about 100 different agricultural crops and about one-third of the human food supply depends on bee pollination."

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Carnival of Green Gardening

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of green gardening.



Laura Williams presents Around the Homestead Today... posted at Laura Williams' Musings.


Reba Haas presents Going native in the garden is a smart choice posted at Team Reba Real Estate, saying, "Washington State has many gorgeous and useful native plants that it's almost a shame that some gardeners prefer to introduce non-indigenous plants. This article will introduce you to a great local resource for some of the wonderful native plants that thrive naturally in the Northwest."


Teri presents My Work as an Environmental Biologist posted at Teri's Organic Garden, saying, "My work as an environmental biologist working with 2 amazing grants - the Public Seed Initiative and the Organic Seed Partnership - both grants involve organic vegetable farming issues and ways to solve them."


Chris presents 3 Steps to the Perfect Vegetable Garden (Part Two) posted at Smith Family Garden.


valereee presents No dirt under your nails? No tomatoes for you! posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "Does it only count as sustainable food if you grow it yourself?"


Fiona Lohrenz presents Going Organic…Why We Should! posted at Child Care Only.


Lane Wright presents Reducing Your Carbon Footprint posted at Vegan Bits.


GrrlScientist presents Introduced Parasite Suspected of Killing Wild Bumblebees in Canada posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, "A mysterious decline in North American bumblebee populations is apparently the result of "spillover" of pathogen-infected commercial bumblebees, Bombus species, from agricultural greenhouses where tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers are commonly grown in huge quantities. Includes images and data."


Condo Blues presents 40 Flower, Plants, and Trees That Attract Japanese Beetles posted at Condo Blues, saying, "If you have a Japanese Beetle infestation, you might consider removing their food source as a natural alternative to fighting them with chemicals."


Carolyn presents I've got worms! posted at Juggling Frogs.


Jamie McIntosh presents Garden Pot Recycling posted at Suite101: Organic Gardens blog, saying, "Keep plastics out of the waste stream by reducing or eliminating your use of non-recyclable plastic gardening pots and trays."


Stephanie presents The Potato Harvest (or lack there of) posted at Stop the Ride!.


Mark J. Donovan presents Winterizing a Garden posted at HomeAdditionPlus, saying, "Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com discusses the steps in preparing your garden for winter."


SeaBird presents Oh peach! Oh salsa! posted at SeaBird Chronicles, saying, "An abundance of summer peaches and tomatoes from your garden? You’ve got the ingredients for peach salsa!"



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Carnival of Green Gardening

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the June 17, 2008 edition of the Wiggly Wigglers carnival of green gardening.



Hannah presents In the Sun posted at The Purloined Letter.


TopVeg presents Top Veg » Blog Archive » Who pollinates courgette flowers? posted at Top Veg, saying, "How to encourage the bees and other insects to pollinate the courgette flowers!"


Melanie Rimmer presents Jungle Clearance - Before and After posted at Bean-Sprouts, saying, "How to clear a large weedy area without weedkiller and without backbreaking digging."


Jamie McIntosh presents Cutworm Control posted at Suite101: Organic Gardens blog, saying, "Keep cutworms from severing your seedlings by placing a wire beside each seed."


Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips - Cheap Gardening posted at Tip Diva, saying, "Gardening is a fun, relaxing hobby for many, and the end result yields plenty of food, flowers and foliage. But it does not have to be expensive. Here are ways to save while gardening"


GP presents GreenHouse Guidance posted at Innstyle Montana- Come on Inn, saying, "greenhouse guidance from the inn"


Stephanie presents Wow they grew fast! posted at Stop the Ride!.


Busy Bee Kim presents Sweet Potato Vines posted at Busy Bee Lifestyle.


Raimondo Solari presents Inexpensive, Eco-Friendly Green Lawn Care posted at Garden Gab, saying, "With the availability of water becoming a scarce resource and lawns being one of the top culprits of sucking up valuable water, it's time to try and keep an "eco-friendly" lawn that will still look good and yet not thirst so much."


Teri presents Composting Jackpot!!! posted at Teri's Organic Garden, saying, "I hit the composting jackpot with a pile of leaf mold donated to me from a dear friend."


Amy Cheek presents Grow your own food to save money posted at Backyard Gardening Blog.


Becca presents Thursday 13: Companion Planting posted at BrightHaven Times, saying, "Hope this little chart is useful to your readers."


Adam Berry presents How To Encourage Wildlife into Your Garden posted at The Compost Heap, saying, "Some tips to enhance your garden by encouraging wildlife"


Amy L. presents Creating a Butterfly Garden posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, "A great way to bring butterflies closer to your home is with
the construction of a garden that includes plants known to attract
butterflies."


Vera Lang presents Gifts for Backyard Bird Watchers Fine Pet Care .com posted at Fine Pet Care .com, saying, "As it is Fathers Day soon, and, … sigh… we begin the sometimes maddening task of finding gifts for our dads, as well as friends, uncles, neighbors, etc..
This article has absolutely wonderful gift ideas!"


Condo Blues presents Five Natural Methods to Repair Brown Grass from Dog Urine posted at Condo Blues, saying, "My post is covers 5 natural ways to combat dog urine burn spots on your lawn. These methods do not use chemicals or food additives that could be harmful to you or your pets."

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Carnival of Green Gardening

By Heather 10 years ago


Welcome to the May 6, 2008 edition of a carnival of green gardening.



New Old-Fashioned Gal presents Gardening Disaster Narrowly Averted posted at Diary of a New Old-Fashioned Gal, saying, "Slight frost damages inadvertently save my tomatoes from a far worse fate."


SeaBird presents From the butterfly garden posted at SeaBird Chronicles, saying, "I harvested the last of these orange flowers from our butterfly garden today. I did see at least one butterfly flitting about during the last couple of months."


TopVeg presents How to Reduce Weeds in the Vegetable Garden by using a Stale Seed Bed. posted at Top Veg, saying, "This is another trick to help cut down weeds and make vegetable gardening fun!"


P.L. Frederick presents Humming Field posted at Small and Big, saying, "A brief garden poem about honeybees."


Jesse Milton presents Tree Care Handbook Vol. 1, Flowering Dogwood posted at Tree News.


Stephanie presents Planting Potatoes in Old Tires posted at Stop the Ride!.


Jessica Jones presents Garden, Not Lawn posted at Practical Nourishment.


Cathy Chang presents Baby Greens and Baby Garden posted at Gagazine.


Brenda Emmett presents Beneficial Insects in Your Garden posted at Her Gardening Blog

Paul Duxbury presents Controlling Weeds in an Organic Garden posted at Gardening Ideas Landscaping Ideas.


Sara Ost presents Urban Gardening a Family Affair posted at Sara Ost.


Lisa Spinelli presents Remember the Tomatoes? Heirloom Seeds Greener Pastures: Personal Finance posted at Greener Pastures: Personal Finance.


Amy L. presents Using Fall Leaves To Fertilize And Protect Your Lawn posted at Housekeeping Tips, saying, "Remarks: Every year, people spend millions of dollars to purchase commercial fertilizers and mulches for their lawns. Yet at the same time, they rake up the fallen leaves from neighboring trees and put them in the trash."


Sarah presents Choosing The Right Grass For Your Local Climate Spring Lawn Care - Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, "Savvy lawn owners are interested in imported specialty grasses and exotic species from around the world or for their lawn."


valereee presents Recognizing rural America: soybeans posted at Cincinnati Locavore, saying, "Gardeners call it edamame. Farmers call it soy."


Lexi Sundell presents Reverence for Life posted at Energies of Creation, saying, "We need to ask ourselves how we relate to the earth."


Sarah presents Organic Weed Control Methods And Herbicides Spring Lawn Care - Lawn Care Tips posted at Lawn Care Tips, saying, "Organic methods to keep those pesky weeds from ruining your lawn."

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