Gardeners know that companion planting can benefit many of your individual plants, as well as the overall health of your garden. Incorporated wisely, companion planting can reduce pests, increase space in your garden, and actually make your plants more “fruitful”, thanks to their nearby friend. Companion Gardening Companion gardening can be useful not only in […]

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A healthy ecosystem makes a healthy garden. That is why the answer to your garden pests is not found in that bottle full of harsh chemicals that annihilates all life. These pesticides not only harm the soil and the ecosystem, but they also harm you! Controlling Garden Pests Naturally Pesticides have been linked to birth […]

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