"Strawbaleveg Gardening the Basics".

THE ONLY DVD ON STRAWBALE GARDENING.

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This unique instructional DVD covers all that you will need to know about strawbale gardening. Whether you are an experienced  grower or a total newbie, this will tell you all you need to know. You can use this method in almost any type of garden. You do not need soil, so you can strawbale garden on grass, concrete etc.

The DVD covers, examining your bale. The all important maturing process which I have developed for our climate,  this is THE most important stage of strawbale gardening. Planting and sowing in straw. We look at growing various vegetables such as potatoes, runner beans and tomatoes and how to ensure the best crops. Also covered are different strawbale systems and which one would suit you. With hints and tips throughout, this this reall is a must for the serious strawbale gardener. it has had great reviews in Kitchen Garden Magazine, Lincolnshire Echo and Enable Magazine.

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Strawbaleveg Gardening – The Basics
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This Instructional DVD contains all you need to know about growing tasty vegetables in straw bales. With concise step by step instructions, close ups and hints and tips to help you achieve success.Whether you are an experienced gardener or a complete beginner you will find this programme fascinating and informative.

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Hint and tips throughout:

Close ups of all operations.

A selection of strawbale systems.

Featured in the programme:

An introduction into StrawBale Gardening.

A day by day guide to maturing your bales.

Planting and sowing to get the most from your StrawBale garden.


runner beans in a strawbale

Here we see a single strawbale with rubnner beans.

 

 
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What can I grow in a strawbale?

Cabbages, carrots, lettuces, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes, leeks, potatoes, peas, peppers, onions, runner beans, turnips, and much more.

Is it organic? Yes. Is it environmentally friendly? Yes.  Do I need soil? No. Can my children get involved? Most certainly.