Jeannine Davidoff who consults me on companion planting. Here are 5 steps on how to start a companion planting garden this season.
What is Companion Planting ?Companion planting is one of two things that go together. Growing vegetables, herbs & flowers together to create a balanced natural environment that will get rid of pests and ward off disease.
In this series of articles, we'll explain how to start an organic vegetable garden with companion planting in 5 steps. This guide will begin the process of how to integrate an natural approach in the garden with companion planting. I got some guidance from Jeannine Davidoff with five steps on how to start a vegetable garden with companion planting.
There are 5 basic steps to follow when starting an natural garden using companion planting. Creating an natural garden using companion planting is challenging, but once you apply the principles you ......[continue reading]
When you wake up in the morning, and stumble out of bed, you head into the kitchen and look out the window. You wonder about how to make a garden that is filled with nutritious vegetables, a range of fresh [continue reading]
Soil is the foundation of wellness in the garden. Vegetable Garden Soil will influence the success of the crops that are being grown and how much it can yield for the summer in the natural [continue reading]
Jeannine Davidoff is a Permiculture Consultant. She has joined Melojak via modern technology to advise and guide us on our journey to grow our own companion planting garden in Ontario, Canada. Anyone can grow an vegetable, herb, flower garden using companion planting anywhere in the world by common guidelines of gardening.
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Start the planning processAre you going to start a garden this spring? Natural gardening is affordable. We recommend two solutions to a chemical free garden: 1. Companion planting uses vegetables, herbs and flowers to work together to create a naturally balanced ecosystem . 2. Mulch will protect the soil and replace nutrients in the soil.
Learn How to Go Green, Go Natural
Growing vegetables the natural way!Growing vegetables the natural way with companion planting to spice up your life and provide nutritious food.
Prepare the Soil for SpringSoil is alive and needs nutrients to produce good crops. Prepare the soil by repairing it with mulch. Cover the soil with organic matter. Use compost and mulch, this will deposit nutrients back into the soil. Liquid fertilizers can also help boost the nutrients in the soil to produce vegetables, herbs & flowers in a natural environment.
What does Organic mean?
Organic is natural. No chemicals are used or needed. Free of pesticides.
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