Category: Square Foot Gardening

February 16, 2018 Edible Gardens No comments exist

‘I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill’ – Fats Domino Do you want to know how to grow blueberries at home? If so then this is the post for you. We started growing blueberries last year as the kids love them. They say you should eat the rainbow and blueberries will have nutrients that are not found in any other fruit. So where to start? and How many plants do you need? Well that would depend on how many people…

January 20, 2018 Edible Gardens 1 comment

“Like the soil, mind is fertilized while it lies fallow, until a new burst of bloom ensues.” ― John Dewey, Art as Experience Soil glorious soil, It’s the thing that makes it all work. You cannot have high quality nutrient dense plants without quality soil. We get so many questions around what to add to the soil that we thought we would give you our Top 5 Soil Amendments. So in no particular order, here we go. 1. Rock Dust…

April 15, 2017 ediblegardens No comments exist

Always Make Room For More Beauty In Your Life The term ‘square foot gardening’ was coined by Mel Bartholomew in 1981. So what is square foot gardening? It is the method of dividing a raised garden bed into small square sections that are one foot squared. The intention is to help you plan and estimate yields in a small but intensively farmed garden. At Edible Garden we use this method on our Micro Farm’s. Although many growers can find methods that…