Category Archives: How – To

FREE Gardening Books

There are some great gardening books available on the internet for free. The following is a list of some special ones that are worth reading, or using as a reference. These are pdfs and not e-books. Enjoy.     We would like… Continue Reading FREE Gardening Books

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FERTILIZERS 101- by Pam Sinclair

Pam Sinclair is a certified professional horticulturalist. A gardening coach, writer, and designer. Pam has a degree in architecture for the University of Washington and a degree in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design from Edmonds Community College. She has a… Continue Reading FERTILIZERS 101- by Pam Sinclair

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Quick Start for Your Accessible Garden

  Increase Your Hand Strength Use gloves with sticky surface. Build up handle to make it fatter by using bicycle grips, foam, or pipe insulation wrap. Support the wrist with cock-up splints; think about enabling garden tools that are ergonomically… Continue Reading Quick Start for Your Accessible Garden

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Ground cover plants – out-compete the weeds

There are many ways of trying to control weeds. We can remove them by hoeing them out or by burning them with a flame gun. We can try to prevent them growing by putting down mulches. Each of these methods… Continue Reading Ground cover plants – out-compete the weeds

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In Their Own Words – Sharing Experiences

In Their Own Words – Sharing Experiences  Ellen Di Nardo, blind since the age of four (more recently she lost her sense of smell), uses touch as the primary way she navigates the world. Ellen is in sole charge of… Continue Reading In Their Own Words – Sharing Experiences

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