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Peat-Free Homemade Potting Mix

As I shared with you in my post Discovering: Peat Moss, we have decided to boycott peat moss from out life. I find it unintelligible to pay between $4-13 a bag from a product that takes thousands of years to produce. 181 more words


Potted (as in plants)

Connection with gardens, even small ones, even potted plants, can become windows to the inner life. The simple act of stopping and looking at the beauty around us can be prayer.   773 more words

Making Black Gold

DT 27145 - DT 27149

DT 27145

In radiography, sickness is given a cure (6) = PHYSIC

Hidden word.

It’s on the cards it may precede crisis (8) = IDENTITY… 126 more words

DT Cryptic

[291] Coconut

A close-up of a doormat, probably made of coir.


If you need a steril medium I suggest using coir to germinate seed

In the early days of learning how to grow organic food, I would purchase most of my seedlings in the spring at the local garden center. 834 more words

Urban Potager

Floored x

There was no dispute over which flooring to choose for the new cellar: It’s sisal all the way.

It’s not only such a natural look with an ancient, timeless quality…. 78 more words


Coco Coir - A New Potting Media

Some people may say coco coir (made from the husks of coconuts) is relatively new on the scene while others may state it has been here for a while – but one thing is for sure – it is an alternative for potting up your plants or starting seeds, and it is growing in popularity. 1,402 more words

Container Gardening