A breakthrough technique designed to yield a beautiful, lush garden without hours of backbreaking labor, "lasagna gardening" employs layering mulch ...Show synopsisA breakthrough technique designed to yield a beautiful, lush garden without hours of backbreaking labor, "lasagna gardening" employs layering mulch materials to provide a nutrient-dense base for healthy plants. 200 illustrations.Hide synopsis
Description:New. "Lasagna Gardening" "Pat Lanza is a genius! It's a...New. "Lasagna Gardening" "Pat Lanza is a genius! It's a pleasure to find a garden writer like Pat who speaks from experience and who shares practical information in clear, understandable language. Her no-till, no-dig method will save many aching backs, an...
I had heard about it, but the book made it clear exactly what was involved. I had too much copper in my soil, so we did raised beds first, and then the cardboard, manure (rabbit and horse) in layers alternating with straw. Now it's time to plant, but the rows look beautiful. Thanks.
The process described assumes that you don't have good garden soil. By the time you buy all that peat moss you may as well just as well buy your vegtables from the local farmers market.
However it is an interesting way to start a garden from scratch in a short time.
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