Lasagna gardening (a.k.a. sheet mulching) is a fantastic, free way to make your garden super productive. It’s also an excellent gardening solution for folks who hate to weed or who are dealing with rocky, clay- or sand-heavy, or otherwise challenging soil. In “Lasagna Gardening: How to Build a No Dig Garden for Free,” David the Good takes you on a journey from furtive to fertile (no, really—you’ll see what I mean when you watch! 😉
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Beautiful method for the garden, and plants enjoy it as much as the gardeners.
That is really beautiful. So close to my heart. Many of those things I knew intuitively in my heart, but did not have the courage to test. You gave a voice and validation to those intuitions. Thanks so much. Appreciate your honest work.
Wonderful video!! Enjoyed it so much and watched it twice and took notes! Thank you so very much!!
Love your videos. I’m a stickler for words. Pronounced: Glyphosate is pronounced as: Gly fo sate; not Gly so fate. Many people twist this so one is not alone.