Welcome to the March 4, 2008 edition of a carnival of green gardening. A great selection of articles once again - thank you everyone. Thursday Bram presents Growing My Own Food...In My Apartment Wise Bread posted at Wise Bread. I loved this post and it just goes to show that you don't need much space to grow some of your own food.Louise Manning presents 10 Ways to help the Environment in your garden posted at Green Garden Chat. Thanks Louise for some good general tips to make us all a little greener.Jeremy Dore presents Edible Perennials posted at GrowBlog. I love this article which is on a subject close to my heart. We have decided that most of what we plant (with the exception of some old fashioned roses and sweet peas) has to earn its keep and be edible.Alison Sharley presents If you love me, give me strawberries: posted at Healthy and Green by the Day, saying, "A little tale about organic strawberries and my plans to grow them."Chickens in the Road presents How to Make Biodegradable Seed-Starter Pots posted at Author Suzanne McMinn, saying, "Make your own biodegradable seed-starter pots!". Great stuff Suzanne - always good to encourage a bit of recycling.
Tommy Smith presents How To Double Dig A Garden posted at Gardening Everyday, saying, "Learn this simple (but intensive) tactic to improve the aeration and structure of your garden soil." Jamie McIntosh presents Garden Organically if Expecting posted at Suite101: Organic Gardens blog, saying, "Babies, children, and pregnant women must avoid the pesticides found in conventionally grown produce." Doug Boude presents Making Your Home a Pleasant Place to Be: Project Birdbath posted at Doug Boude (rhymes with 'loud'), saying, "idea article on how to frugally make your own birdbath and help keep our feathered friends coming" Eric Heller presents Green grass that‚Äôs REALLY green posted at ChangeAny1thing.com
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