Category Archives: About Gardening

Gardening To Produce Food

More and more people are becoming interested in growing their own food. If you were to do a keyword search on gardening, you would find an increase of around 60% for searching dealing with gardening. One of the top reason why people are becoming interested in gardening is that they do not trust the food supply. A major subject in health circles are GMOs and genetically modified foods, which may or may not be healthy. People are also concerned about the use of pesticides and insecticides. In […]

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Benefits of Gardening

When I was a little girl, I recall an experience when a lady moved into a broken down house right down the street from mine. I remember feeling bad for her because her house looked sad and broken down. She was obviously broke and couldn’t afford anything more then what she had. Little did I know that this woman’s house would end up being the most beautiful house in town. Every year the area outside her house would blossom, not only that but she had blossoms popping […]

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A Brief History of Gardening

You probably take gardening for granted, since everyone gardens or knows someone who does. However, did you ever think about how gardening got started and how it developed into the vegetable and flower gardens we have today? Here is a brief history of gardening down through the centuries. Ancient Gardening The oldest known type of gardening is called forest gardening. This refers to an ancient type of food gardening. As food producing vines and trees were discovered, they began to be cultivated in groups to gain easy […]

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Gardening is Fun and Easy

I know what you’re thinking: gardening is too hard, it takes too much time, and how can anyone like me go about growing a garden when I know nothing about the subject? This is most people’s view on gardening, and is completely wrong! Gardening is easy and anyone can do it! Imagine needing to make a salad, and walking out to your garden where you have fresh lettuce growing. You pick a head of lettuce, get it washed, and then realize you need some more ingredients. Back […]

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