Just because it’s autumn it doesn’t mean the gardening has to stop. While it will be difficult to watch your beautiful summer garden lose some of its beauty, there is still so much you can get done. Your garden can still look amazing throughout autumn and you must remember that it is also a great time to prepare your garden for winter and spring.
ecogreenlove started out as a resource for upcycling projects, as many of you might be aware of – but it quickly grew to a full-blown blog that looks at just about anything that can make living greener, more sustainable, and more fulfilling.
Now, I’d like to let you in on a little secret that’s going to improve your well-being while adding more life and color to empty spaces.
«Gratitude can transform common days into thanksgivings, turn routine jobs into joy, and change ordinary opportunities into blessings.» ~William Arthur Ward
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Update 2018: For the ultimate DIY natural laundry detergent (no packaging, no cost, no waste), you can use the chestnuts since they have saponin. Soon I’ll make an entire detailed post dedicated to it with tips on how to peel, grind and use them. In the meantime, here a summary:
Originally Published on JT Atkinson
JT Atkinson has put together this guide to help you and your garden through the four seasons of the year, making sure the your garden is in top shape throughout the year. Each season has its own set of tasks which can be ticked off as completed making it easy to maintain how your garden looks and also helping to improve your garden. The tasks are clear and easy to understand and can be a great way of introducing younger members of the family to gardening. The infographic can be printed off and hung up in a shed, greenhouse or garage as a reminder of what tasks are to be performed on your garden.
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