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Edible Flowers in your Organic Garden Add Color and Flavor

There are many common garden flowers that are edible and even tasty. Flowers are rich in nectar and pollen, and some are high in vitamins and minerals. For instance, roses�especially rose hips�are very high in vitamin C, marigolds and nasturtiums contain vitamin C, and dandelion blossoms contain vitamins A and C. My personal favorites are nasturtiums and chive flowers.

Edible flowers should be picked as fully open flowers in the cool of the day, after the dew has evaporated. It is best to sample several flowers before harvesting. Flowers grown in different locations can have different tastes, because of different soil types, fertilization, and environmental conditions.

Some flowers are are toxic, so don't eat any flower unless you are certain about its identity. People allergic to pollen or those with athsma should remove the pistils and stamen of flowers before eating

Use flowers that are grown organically.

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ORGANIC GARDENING - WHAT TO COMPOST AND WHAT NOT TO COMPOST

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Clearance Company is a business who provides full and part house clearance, commercial building clearance, garden clearance etc. Clearance Company is environmentally conscious who are committed in recycling, reuse and reduce management to the maximum level as they can. Clearance Company is offering services such as full or part house clearances, rubbish removal, public establishment clearances, business establishment clearances, and garden clearance etc.

One of the most common reasons why we are looking for Clearance Company is because some of us are planning to have a backyard garden. When we say gardening we will consider the things like organic gardening. Garden clearance company London will surely remove all your contents from your backyard garden that results to completely clear and green, now you are ready for gardening.

What is organic gardening? I’m sure all eco-friendly out there knows about this. Composting is the element of organic gardening. Organic gardening simply as avoiding synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. It is about applying nature’s processes and emulates it to your garden or a farm. You need to understand how to make up of your soil and how to gives what the soil needs. As we commonly know that if we are using organic material, we are feeding the plants; no it’s not! Using organic is feeding the soil and not the plants.

What to compost? In composting you need to know that there are organic materials you could use and cannot be use. The ingredients must be an organic waste; you can find organic waste from garden, kitchen, in your home, or any community that produces organic materials.

What not to compost? Actually you cannot compost anything; for the sake of good and excellent composting, you better left behind the materials that are not good for your compost pile.

These are the lists of some materials that you cannot compost:

  • dog and cat poop
  • tea and coffee bags
  • citrus pill and onions
  • fish and meats scraps
  • glossy or coated paper
  • sticky labels on fruits and vegetables
  • coal fire ash
  • sawdust from treated wood
  • large branches
  • synthetic fertilizer
Composting is not only to give nourish to the soil, it is also one of the best way to reduce large amount of garbage that causes waste pollution to the landfill or to the ecosystem rather.

You can start organic gardening in these ideas:
  1. Prepare the Soil:
    Make sure that your soil is properly nourished or in a good condition. If the soil is ready and have fresh nutrients it can make the plants grow strong and very productive as well. Do not use chemical soil, it can harm the beneficial bacteria and the chemical will seeps into the plants’ product.
  2. Preparing Good Compost:
    The main ingredients for composting are organic waste, soil and water. You can follow step by step process of composting available online.
  3. Choose the Right Plants:
    Select the plants that are well adjusted when it comes to light, drainage, moisture, and soil quality.
  4. Wide Beds Planting:
    Easier plant maintenance is also easier to nourish the soil. Provide space for your garden so that the air circulation is healthy that can prevent fungal attacks.
  5. Proper Watering:
    Always remember that the advisable time to water your plants is every morning.
  6. Weeding:
    Reduce the number of weeds growing to your garden, please don’t pour toxic chemical to it. You can remove weeds by hand, sounds like difficult but doing this is a good exercise.
  7. Protect Your Plants without Using Pesticide:
    Do it in natural way. Make sure that your plants getting enough light, moisture, and nutrients. Do the diverse gardening; this will really help you stop the assault of pest.
Those ideas will help you to have a good harvest in the future, healthy foods, healthy environment that will leads to a healthy body. Don’t forget the clearance procedure after harvesting; Clearance Company will help you regarding that matter. You need Clearance Company at first and then you will be asked of their services after, this is what we called the “cycle”. Clearance Company is really helpful to our environment to keep it green and healthy.

 

 

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