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My Biodynamic Gardening Experiment

Biodynamic gardening is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach gardening and 2018 will be an interesting year in the garden as I experiment more with biodynamic gardening as I build my skills as a permaculture designer in my own backyard.

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How to Create a Biodynamic Raised Bed

Making A Raised Bed Biodynamically

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Biodynamic agriculture is a sustainable growing method which can be adopted for the home garden and something which I’m very passionate about. Vegetables, fruits and flowers all benefit from these planting and cultivating methods which use organic gardening as the foundation of the system. Read More

Biodynamic Gardening – How We’re Doing It

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The nice thing about gardening is there is freedom to experiment; if you don’t like a particular technique, you can find another.  This is how we have come to biodynamic gardening, some things work for us, some don’t and we have to experiment and try new things to find out what works for us and our garden. Read More

Radish Harvest

First Radish Harvest

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Between the rain showers and thunderstorms we have been able to harvest our first radishes of the season between all three vegetable gardens and we had some quite surprising results so far. Read More

Mommy can I eat the veggies now?

Biodynamic Garden and No-Dig Organic Garden Updates

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It has been a couple of months since we built the bed for the biodynamic and no-dig organic gardens and I wanted to share with you how the growth has compared between the two since planting up. Read More

Quartz crystals in spring flowers

Biodynamic Solution Preparation: BD 500

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As mentioned in an earlier post, my order of biodynamic preparations arrived.  The preparations sent were enough to cover a 1 acre plot, so I would like to share with you how I have been making up the solution of the preparation 500 or horn manure for my little space. Read More

Sowing by the Moon

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According to the Farmers’ Almanac, the moon is in Leo for the next three days. Leo is a fire sign and is an ideal time to sow fruiting vegetables and fruits such as beans, peas, peppers, tomatoes etc. Read More