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Regenerative Gardening At Home

Updated: Nov 10, 2022

These days our news is filled with negative headlines of extreme weather events across the globe, it's easy to feel anxious about climate change. We can all lend Mother Nature a helping hand through regenerative gardening practices!

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Regenerative Home Garden

Whether tending to your backyard garden or just a few containers on a balcony, you can incorporate regenerative methods into your gardening regimen that will help sequester carbon and attract pollinators. If regenerative agriculture is the way of the future, then we’re all in!

The most basic principle in regenerative gardening is creating a healthy soil environment for optimal plant growth.

Regenerative methods eliminate the need for nasty chemical inputs. Simply put, if your soil is healthy, your plants will follow suit and inevitably less prone to pests and disease.

Tips To Start Regenerative Gardening

  • Make homemade compost with kitchen scraps, or buy the best compost you can afford from a nursery. They call it ‘black gold’ for a reason. Organic matter and microorganisms work together to create an aerated, nutrient-rich soil that retains moisture

  • Protect that beautiful earth by mulching between and around your plants. Mulch is essential for keeping soil temperatures consistent and preventing water evaporation

  • Rebalance and detox your soil with the Happy Soils Essentials Bundle. Collaborate with Mother Nature to reawaken soil life, Happy Soils is formulated with naturally derived bacillus bacteria found in healthy soil and repurposed to regenerate unhealthy soil

When you nurture your soil, you nurture your plants. Begin with this in mind, and the rest will fall into place.

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