Gardening is green, right? Well, only if you do it right.
When doing landscaping, it is important to work with nature. That means growing plants suitable to your soil and local environment. If you grow plants that don’t belong to your garden, you have to heavily amend the soil and feed the plants, which could inhibit the growth of beneficial microorganism, and which could lead to more soil amendment. In the end, you might increase your carbon footprint.
The aim of this site is to provide useful information on creating and maintaining sustainable, low-carbon gardens so that our gardens are truly “green” .