It’s time to get beds in for next year!

Here’s an important blurb for you to consider about gardening:

Lasagna gardening is a no-dig, no-till organic gardening method that results in rich, fluffy soil with very little work from the gardener. The name “lasagna gardening” has nothing to do with what you’ll be growing in this garden. It refers to the method of building the garden, which is, essentially, adding layers of organic materials that will “cook down” over time, resulting in rich, fluffy soil that will help your plants thrive. Also known as “sheet composting,” lasagna gardening is great for the environment, because you’re using your yard and kitchen waste and essentially composting it in place to make a new garden.

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Order your Growing Hope raised bed kit today!

Order your Growing Hope raised bed kit today!

Why is this so important? Because it allows you to have a fertile bed to plant your veggies in with NO DIGGING and by using up kitchen scraps, LEAVES, grass clippings and newspapers.

There’s no better time for “lasagna gardening” than Fall. This is great news because we have more Growing Hope raised bed kits that you can buy. It shouldn’t take you more than a couple of hours to assemble and fill them, and be ready for seedlings next Spring. We’re happy to help if you need it — just schedule an appointment with us on Saturday, October 22 and we’ll arrange a team of people to come out and help you. We’ll bring you a kit ($35) and help you collect the newspaper and compost scraps (FREE!). Contact us for more information.

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