Month: May 2017

How to make compost: The only video tutorial you'll need

How to make compost: The only video tutorial you'll need

What you can compost, and how to manage it, by no-dig gardening expert Charles Dowding. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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10 Great trees for small yards

10 Great trees for small yards

Even small yards and gardens can be home to a variety of trees, without crowding out everything else, and provide fruit, shade, wildlife habitat, or all three. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Researchers develop device that generates power from polluted air with sunlight

Researchers develop device that generates power from polluted air with sunlight

A new device shows promise in purifying polluted air, while at the same time producing hydrogen, which can be stored for use as a clean energy source. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Forest gardening finally gets the book it deserves

Forest gardening finally gets the book it deserves

Modern, temperate forest gardening only took off 3 decades ago. As the first gardens mature now, we finally get to see what’s possible. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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10 bee-friendly annual flowers

10 bee-friendly annual flowers

Make your garden attractive to bees by planting specific plants, but be sure they’re organic and indigenous to your region. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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New peer-to-peer seed sharing platform aims to facilitate a diverse seed supply

New peer-to-peer seed sharing platform aims to facilitate a diverse seed supply

The Center for Food Safety’s recently launched network is a bid to preserve global plant biodiversity and work toward food security around the globe. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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