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1 Year Old No Dig Pizza Garden Tour

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The Pizza Garden is now 1 year old and it’s producing a literal ton of veg in it’s second growing season. If you haven’t seen the making videos check out the short compilation video of the 3 part series and the playlist on our youtube channel.

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No Dig Food Forest Workshop Rowan Wellness and Gardens

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On the weekend we were helping to create a No Dig Food Forest at a workshop hosted by Rowan Wellness & Gardens in county Cavan, Ireland. We used the lasagne gardening method covering the grass with cardboard. Then adding  a generous layer of compost and finally topping it off with a layer of woodchips.

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2 Year Old No Dig Mulched Woodchip Island Garden

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The Woodchip Island is by far our most productive and closest to zero maintenance garden. We’ve been planting more and more perennials filling all those gaps where annual vegetables used to roam last year. Around 100 varieties of fruits, berries, flowering insecteries and tuberous vegetables all in a fairly compact space. We only spend 5 […]

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How To Grow Free Plants from Cuttings

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You can grow your own plants for free with this simple technique. It only takes about 6 weeks to root a cutting which can then planted out or potted to become a full size plant in only a matter of a couple of months. Mid summer is the ideal time to use new growth, also […]

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How to Plant Tiger Nuts Chufa

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In this video we’re showing you how we plant our tiger nuts, also known as Chufa. Even though it’s a little late in the growing season to plant them out they should still multiply nicely by the end of November when the first hard frost knocks them back. The best time to plant them is […]

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Workshop on How to Make a No Dig Lasagne Garden

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    In this short video we are showing you how to get started with your own No Dig Lasagne Garden. This type of garden is extremely low maintenance yet highly productive. We planted hundreds of herbaceous perennials, berry bushes, rhubarb, herbs and even some heartnut and walnut trees. It’s important to smother the existing […]