No Dig Garden Construction - Workshop

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Step By Step On A No Dig Garden

Step By Step On A No Dig Garden

This is a video i took end of april begining of may. on how i made my no dig garden. and it was all so the time my parents were down so i was showing them around too...

No Dig Garden Construction

No Dig Garden Construction

NB: The full video of the workshop that this video is based on can now be found here: A quick video on the steps involved in constructing a no dig garden bedYou do not have to follow the video specifically, you can use different materials - just follow the general pattern of constructionVisit the Ne...

Sustainable Living:no Dig Gardening

Sustainable Living:no Dig Gardening

No -Dig Gardening - how to create a no dig garden for your backyard...

No Dig Abundance

No Dig Abundance

Turning an uncultivated plot of land into an abundant garden using the no-dig approach. all within a few months in 2013. For no dig tomatoes see and this is one of 40 two minute videos in my online course...

No Dig Garden Construction - Workshop

No Dig Garden Construction - Workshop

This is the full video of the no dig garden construction workshop from 2009 that the previous quick video was made from. The video features Bob Jones and Myk RushtonYou do not have to follow the video specifically, you can use different materials - just follow the general pattern of constructionVisi...

Living With The Land | Part 5 | No-dig Gardening

Living With The Land | Part 5 | No-dig Gardening

Growing organic vegetables commercially for over 30 years, Charles Dowding has developed a no-dig method of cultivation for temperate climate gardening. Charles introduces us to Homeacres, his 1/4 acre market garden. Now supplying year-round salad and fresh vegetables for local restaurants, Charles ...