Naturally Grown Gardens

Joel explains how he made his raised greenhouse garden bed to protect the fresh produce he grows year round in Paso Robles, CA from gophers and the frost of winter. Find out more at! [more..]
Learn ideas for designing your vegetable garden in this free online video guide to vegetable gardening. Expert: Scott Reil Contact: Bio: Scott Reil is an accredited nurseryman and longtime horticulturalist with over two decades of experience in the field. Scott is now working for Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso [more..]
i have to re-design a garden for school. it is a school project. im thinking of designing a bench, or a stool, anything that anyone can sit on. which one is better: 1. wooden or 2. metal im thinking of simple designs. not like the fancy ones but appropriate for a school. i've never done this before. how do i start? im looking for pictures of benches of different designs but i found the fancy ones with patterns, carvings, and all the very complicated ones... need help... [more..]
Please read carefully; I am not asking for a Kawasaki Rose or other directions for 3-D flowers. I would really like (clear) directions for a flower or rose that I can paste on a letter and send, 100% flat. Thank you very much! [more..]
it is a start up business and i`m lacking collateral to acces banks assistance. [more..]
The National Botanical Garden of Cuba was founded in 1989 in the south part of Havana City with an extension of 600 hectares and which shows today around 4 thousand vegetable species. This Garden is part of the University of Havana, and its main goal is to promote the care of nature and the recognition of the vegetable world, especially, the autochthonous flora. It has been organized in several restricted areas with certain characteristics: plains of Palm trees, pine forests, Eastern humid forests, wilderness, Mogote vegetation (mogote is a rock formation typical from Pinar del Rio), coastal scrublands; and a sample of the tropical flora from Asia, Africa, The Americas and The Antilles, Australia and Oceania, and other specialized collections (Palmetum, Archaic Forest, the Ekman Collection and the Collection of Economical Plants). Outside those areas, the visitor can enjoy a collection of ornamental aquatic and land plants, including a section dedicated to plants with trunks especially designed by nature to store water. One of the main attractions of this institution is the Japanese Garden inaugurated in 1989, a work by the Japanese landscape architect Yoshikuni Araki. Located [more..]