Planting Your Organic Garden | A How To Guide

Planting your organic garden is one of the most rewarding things you can do. Plant fragrant flowers or start a vegetable garden (or both!), and everyone can benefit from getting their hands a little dirty.

Step 1: Sketch the Garden Area. 


Step 2: Plot the Plants on the Map.

Grouping Vegetables in The Garden

Step 3: Decide on your organic growing media.

Choosing the optimal growing media (substrate) requires special consideration, because it is much more than just an anchor for the plant: it can be critical to a successful crop.  To Learn More about our soils, click the images below:

A balance between air content and available water is one of the most important requirements of a good growing media.

There are many advantages to using growing media:

  •   High yields can be achieved on a limited area
  •   Better control over Irrigation and fertilization
  •   Easier disinfection
  •   Recycling of drainage water is possible
  •   Growing media can be used as an alternative to an inadequate soil.

Step 4: What fertilizers will your garden need?  Check out each Fertilizer by clicking on the images below:

Choosing the right fertilizer for your organic garden is another important step in achieving a successful crop.  VEG, BLOOM & BRIX  work perfectly with any growing media and act as a 3-step nutrient feeding system for distinct stages of plant growth. 

Step 5: Make your purchase.

Follow directions closely for usage and application.

Step 6: Plant according to your map.

Step 7: Fill in With Other Crops.

Companion plants for your organic garden

Step 8: Enjoy your garden.

Step 9: Post your garden photo's and tag @goodearthorganicssoils

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