Interested in starting a veganic garden? Whether in a backyard, community garden, balcony or rooftop, learn about the basics of plant-based growing and try simple do-it-yourself projects from our how-to guides.
An introduction for gardeners to veganic fertility, caring for the soil, sources of local plant-based fertility, and purchasing seed mixtures, potting soil and veganic fertilizers.
There is no single way to "do" veganic gardening. This article presents some of the key approaches that work well for a home-scale veganic garden, including container gardening, Ruth Stout technique, biointensive, lasagna gardening, forest gardening, permaculture, and self-fertilizing gardens.
Natural ecosystems have a wide diversity of plants, animals, and soil organisms, and ideally so should our gardens. Gardening is a way that we can participate in bringing biodiversity back to altered landscapes.
There is more than one way to prepare the ground for planting. In no-till, organic matter is built up on top of the lawn without damaging the underlying soil structure. Digging or tilling is a quick approach to loosening the soil when first beginning a garden. And with raised beds, the soil is built up above the normal ground level.
This article gives some general tips about starting a new garden for beginners.
Guide étape par étape pour fabriquer et utiliser un composteur sur le balcon, lequel permet également de cultiver en bac.