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Add Color and Flavor to Your Organic Garden with Edible Flowers

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 asthma should remove the pistils and stamen of flowers before eating

Use flowers that are grown organically.

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 We dry most of our herbs by hanging them and allowing them to air dry. Picking wet plants or drying in excessive humidity can make them susceptible to mold or mildew.  Read more...

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Ecological Landscape Design and Organic Lawn Care
by Chip Phelan

An overview of environmentally sound ideas for backyard landscape design and organic lawn care considerations.

There is a growing recognition, that the expanding suburban landscape is having a negative environmental impact. Suburban development often includes vast energy dependant monocultures (perfect, grass lawns). They consume a significant amount of natural resources, (water to keep them green and gasoline to keep them trimmed), and they reduce the amount of habitat available for native wildlife. Over use of fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides can leach into water supplies and be harmful to children and pets. Trends toward ecological landscaping and organic lawn care are lessening the detrimental effects of these designs. Many landscape designers are recommending native plant species, and even golf course managers are moving toward organic methods. Read full text...

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Tiny Green Thumbs: Gardening With Your Kids
by Arleen M. Kaptur

Share your love of organic gardening with your kids! Get some great ideas on the best vegetables to plant and how to use container gardening as an option in limited space areas. Teaching your kids to grow their own food will benefit them and our global community.  Read full text

How to Grow Healthy Food
by Linda Paquette

Every year, gardeners spend thousands of dollars on chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides that are little more than a quick fix to gardening problems and create long-term health hazards for everyone. What Linda is getting at here is that organic gardening makes sense because when you garden organically you not only create healthy food but you also help to keep the earth free of toxins.  Read full text. 

Organic Lawn Care
by Hans Dekker

Wish you could get away from toxic fertilizers and care for your lawn the organic way? Learn the basics of organic lawn care. If you're looking for a non-toxic approach to insecticides we recommend this long-lasting pest-resistant natural insecticides that work faster than commercial brands!  Read full text. 

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A Greenhouse Primer: What You Need to Know to Buy or Build a Greenhouse.
by Organic Gardening Review Staff

A greenhouse can be a great way to extend your growing season, in some cases allowing you to keep growing vegetables year-round. A greenhouse can also help you to move your gardening venture from the realm of a hobby to a livelihood. If you’re thinking of making the investment in a greenhouse you might want to consider some of the issues and options in this greenhouse product review.  Read Full Text...

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Organic Gardening Books- Rodale CompostingThe Rodale Book of Composting: Easy Methods for Every Gardener

The essential guide to composting for all gardeners and environmentally conscious people.
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 Organic Gardening: Items of Interest
Thursday, July 06, 2006

Organic Product distributed

through Community Supported Agriculture

Community Supported Agriculture operations

across the country are enrolling members to receive produce shares during the

summer season. Recent media coverage has featured stories on farms that grow

fresh, local and organic produce for weekly distribution to their members. The

farms offer a diverse array of products through a variety of membership

arrangements. CSAs are growing in popularity throughout the nation, providing

high-quality vegetables to consumers and offering farmers a higher price for

their goods than commodity production.



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