No-Dig Gardening Method: A Sustainable Way to Improve Soil Health and Quality of Your Garden

The concept of a no-dig gardening method was popularized in 1970 by a gardener Esther Dean from Sydney. He was trying to minimize gardening efforts along with attaining maximum soil fertility. No-dig gardening method mainly consists of organic material layers that are stacked to make a raised and rich gardening area. The height of the no-dig garden is adjusted according to the requirements. Annual flowers, vegetable seedlings, bulbs, herbs, strawberries, and other kind vegetation can easily grow and survive in a no-dig garden. 

Nowadays, the no-dig gardening method is gaining significant attention from farmers and gardeners. Over the past few years, it is widely used for growing vegetables and other crops.

No-Dig Gardening Method

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