Working as one with nature...

Posted in Category Organic Gardening | by Harrod Horticultural | Comments (1)

The term ‘organic’ has become a real buzzword over the last decade in particular, and is now used to describe more of a lifestyle. Simply put, gardening organically is an environmentally friendly style of growing.

The principle behind organic gardening can be used in any size, shape or style of garden and is spreading into the management of public parks, bowling greens and sports grounds.

What benefits can be seen? Fruit and vegetables will be free from pesticides, the garden will be a safe place to work and play, wildlife will thrive along with the environment and hopefully our planet, which, after all, we are only custodians of, will benefit in the long run.

But in our own Kitchen Garden situation, does it work …?

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By Anon21st September 2011

Working as one with nature...

I agree wholeheartedly with what is written above. I have had an allotment for years and have never used any chemicals. I love the taste of my organic fruit and vegetables and can put up with the odd blemish here and losing a few plants. You just can't beat that natural taste! Posted by: Henry L, Kent at January 10, 2006 08:35 PM

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