LH 87: Simple Organic Gardening Hacks
Simple, eco-friendly solutions to improve any garden.
I thought this would be a great time to dive into this topic because so many of us are chomping at the bit to get out into the garden.
In this week’s episode, I bring on author Shawna Coronado to talk about organic gardening tips from her book, 101 Organic Gardening Hacks.
Some of the tips are practical time-savers, others are clever ways to upcycle everyday items. But all of them can help you grow a more organic and eco-friendly garden.
You will learn:
- How to use empty wine bottles in the garden
- Why rotisserie chicken leads to greenhouse growing
- A shortcut to saving tomato seeds
- How to grow edibles from kitchen scraps
- The secret to sprouting potatoes
- The magic of manure tea
- How to reuse cooking water
Shawna Coronado is a successful author, blogger, photographer and media host who focuses on green lifestyle living and organic gardening.
Her garden, food and eco-adventures have been featured in many media venues including television news programming, radio broadcasting and PBS television. She has written numerous books including Grow a Living Wall and 101 Organic Garden Hacks. And she has another book coming out the end of 2017 called The Wellness Garden.
Resources & Links Mentioned:
101 Organic Garden Hacks* (Shawna’s book)
Grow a Living Wall* (Shawna’s book)
Authentic Haven Brand Brew – (Anne Haven’s Manure Tea)
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