Growing your own fresh greens doesn’t have to take a lot of work and care, as long as you are willing to widen your perception of what your garden should look like, and what you put on your plate. Many of the “weeds” you will likely find growing all on their own in your back […]

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I planted a Paleleaf Wolfberry (Lycium pallidum). A Sonoran Desert native, it’s normally found at 3000-6000 ft in altitude, so may not work as well in lower elevations in the desert. It’s also the variety of wolfberry most commonly used medicinally, although the berries are edible. It is related to the a

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Kenny from horticulture shares his advice on the best way to combat weeds in your garden. Kenny is back with the next low desert gardening tip. His suggestion: Start planning this spring and next spring now. A great option for your garden is penstemon. Video Rating: / 5

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This movie from Peter Kearney of www.cityfoodgrowers.com. tells you all you need to know on how to turn your weeds and specific plants in your food garden into potent liquid fertilisers. And it costs you nothing to fertilise your organic garden with these methods. They are easy to make and apply and have a strong […]

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