Natural Cleaning Tips
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Sustainability Tips
Tip #13
Separate needs from wants; needs from must-haves.

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Lifestyle Changing Tips
Tip #2
Put yourself in someone else's shoes for a day, week, or month.

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Gardening Tips
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Peace Be With You

You Reap What We Sow™
Personal Gardener

Our Service | 2010–2011 | 2014

2014

In 2012 and 2013, we were on a gardening hiatus but we came back strong in Spring 2014!  We had a new client, got off to a late start, but worked smart and diligently from March until late November.  We were a little rusty from being on a hiatus for so long but after we got our hands back into the soil, we knew it would be a good year independent of the weather!

We created a design in May and additional updates in June.  It shows how a small space can be turned into a bio‐intensive garden developed using companion planting.  In late March we sowed Hairy Vetch, Austrian Winter Peas, Red Clover, White Dutch Clover, and Common Winter Rye as a cover crop.

We are looking for new clients and if you are interested in our personal gardener service please let us know.

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