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How to Start an Organic Garden

Organic gardening improves the soil, provides enjoyment and produces yummy vegetables.

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Top 24 Organic Gardening Projects

  1. 1. To-Do List for Fall Gardening

    October and November are good months to do some gardening and landscaping. DIY Network outlines just a few things a gardener could or s...

  2. 2. Soil Preparation

    Organic amendments will help correct soil deficiencies in a new garden.

  3. 3. The Benefits of Compost

    The DIY Network experts discuss how compost gives plants an added natural boost without the use of synthetic fertilizers.

  4. 4. An Eco-Friendly Way to Win the War against Weeds

    Keeping weeds from crowding your squash crop doesn't have to mean lots of harsh chemicals. Here are some natural, easy solutions from D...

  5. 5. Fertilizer Facts

    DIY Network explains the key basics about fertilizer that will help you select the right type based on your soil composition and growin...

  6. 6. Organic Plant Health Care

    DIY experts add some compost and compost tea to organic plants instead of fertilizer.

  7. 7. Gardens Under Glass (02:45)

    Create a variety of terrariums for an organic dynamic look.

  8. 8. Organic Gardening

    DIY experts discuss some of the unusual but effective practices of organic gardening.

  9. 9. Lawn Fertilizers Explained

    DIY Network experts explain the finer points of applying fertilizer, organic or not, to the lawn.

  10. 10. Garden Secrets (20:00)

    We visit an all-organic vegetable farm that shares its gardening secrets.

  11. 11. Fresh Garden Ideas (00:01:00)

    Check out these innovative gardening solutions and trends.

  12. 12. Organic Gardening (20:00)

    Learn the basics of organic gardening.

  13. 13. Mulching (01:00)

    Here are the DIY Basics on mulching.

  14. 14. Organic Gardening Q and A (03:09)

    Joe Lamp'l answers viewers' questions about organic gardening.

  15. 15. Choosing the Right Organic Plants

    DIY experts discuss how choosing the right plants for the area will make an organic garden much more productive.

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