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February 28, 2013 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyIt’s really quite simple to apply your “outdoor” organic gardening knowledge to your house plants. Who doesn’t want a lush mass of greenery inside during the winter months? When… read more»
January 3, 2013 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyRaised beds with drip irrigation are the easiest way to grow your own vegetables. In our new video on raised beds, Tricia shows you how to create a raised bed in minutes, using M Brace, Minifarmbox, or… read more»
July 27, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyCook up your own FAST, high-quality compost and either use it immediately in your garden, or brew it for a great compost tea. Compost is one of the cornerstones of organic gardening and we have loads of… read more»
March 7, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyReady to start your first vegetable garden? The three essentials for an easy vegetable garden are: Full sun Convenient water supply Good soil Add some basic supplies and you’ll be off and growing.… read more»
April 1, 2011 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyDrip irrigation can save on your water bill, protect our water resources, and even increase your crop yield by applying deep water. If you bury the irrigation lines you’ll thwart annual weeds too.… read more»
September 10, 2010 - AmberI decided to update my very sad sprinkler and sprayer with new Gardena ones, and I love them! I got the Aquazoom 3900 sprinkler, the 4-in-1 spray gun, and I even sprung for the Electric 6 Cycle timer. … read more»
April 15, 2010 - Kalita from Peaceful ValleyHanging plants can be beautiful and for folks with limited or no gardening ground container plantings can be grown on decks or porches or next to a south or west facing window. One must be careful when… read more»
August 11, 2009 - AmberA PVFS Customer Email - with Staff response. Question: I used a 50lb bag of budget soil builder mix last year but only plan to use 1/2 that amount this year and would like to know if I can store the unused… read more»
September 30, 2008 - DavidOur yard was recently a thick stand of manzanita. Now it’s a “masticated” or chipped manzanita open space with a bunch of first year garden beds doing pretty well considering our notoriously… read more»
March 4, 2008 - GrowOrganicThe heart of organic growingAt the heart of organic growing is the art and science of fertilizing organically. Healthy soil nurtures healthy plants which grow better, taste better, store longer and have… read more»