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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 52 Organic 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. Planting a Raised Garden (00:01:00)

    Learn how to build and cultivate a raised bed vegetable 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. Organic Gardening (20:00)

    Learn the basics of organic gardening.

  5. 5. Compost for Lawn Maintenance (00:01:39)

    Composting and rain harvesting turn lawn waste into organic fertilizer.

  6. 6. Easy Adhesive Techniques (02:45)

    Applying tile adhesive is easy to do with the right tools and materials.

  7. 7. Bees in the Organic Garden (03:18)

    Bee expert Dr. James Ellis explains how honeybees can benefit any garden.

  8. 8. Lawn Fertilizers Explained

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

  9. 9. Stripping Cabinets (01:18)

    Jenny and Cave Wilson give advice on how to strip cabinets.

  10. 10. 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...

  11. 11. Ahmed Explains It All for You (02:26)

    Ahmed Hassan discusses his participation in the 2009 building process.

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

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

  13. 13. Organic Gardening

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

  14. 14. More Uses for Vinegar

    DIY experts discuss more ways to use vinegar as a cleaning solution in the home.

  15. 15. Laying Staggered Stone Pavers (00:01:00)

    A new patio gets a natural organic look with stone pavers and no mortar.

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