Watch this informative, beginner organic gardening video for the top 10 tips to get started in the fine art of gardening.
Organic gardening is a fun, healthy way to grow edible produce and decorative plants without the use of synthetic chemicals in fertilizers or in weed and pest control applications.
Benefits of Organic Gardening
Fruit and vegetables that have been grown using organic, natural methods, provide healthy, edible sources of nutrition that are chemical free and nontoxic to humans and pets.
Organically grown plants and flowers also add to a safer environment by lessening the toxic accumulation of conventional chemicals around a home and garden area.
For those who are interested in organic gardening, there are many organic garden products that make growing a natural garden very easy to do. The use of organic fertilizers, home composting systems and nontoxic pest controls is now even simpler to use and quite effective.
You can grow organic table gardens, container gardens or herb gardens, as well as larger vegetable gardens in your backyard.
You can also develop an organic produce farm that caters to the local consumers in your area. This is a great business niche that is growing in popularity in many communities for anyone who wants to combine their love for gardening with respect for health and the environment.