UPDATED: March 13, 2018

Just One Bite at a Time: Soil-less Garden Series

From the Perelandra Question Line Duo

teamwork It's time for a new approach to how we function in the world around us; a new approach to how we think; a new approach to understanding and interacting with nature.

Machaelle Wright began her research with nature through a simple vegetable garden. She quickly learned that nature's definition of a garden is broader than we might imagine. It doesn't have to be growing in soil. A "garden" is any environment initiated and given its purpose by humans, and maintained with the help of humans.

That changes things! Cooking, a restaurant, artwork, a museum or a memorial, design, construction, racing, an event, mechanics, business management, cleaning, governing, repairing, recycling, manufacturing, engineering . . . each of these things is a garden. It just isn't growing in soil. We call it a "soil-less garden" or "SLG" for short. Anyone can work in partnership with nature to establish, sustain and achieve success with a soil-less garden project.

If you've thought about trying a soil-less garden, watched the DVD, Working with Nature in Soil-less Gardens, or read the Perelandra Soil-less Garden Companion, but feel a little intimidated — relax. This "One Bite at a Time" series will help you blow right through your road blocks!

Note: In this series, we are giving you the bare bones, minimal reading and DVD watching that you need to do. When you can, you are always welcome (and encouraged!) to read prior pages or between the pages we suggest, for more insight and greater understanding.

DVD: Working with Nature in Soil-less Gardens »

BOOK/eBOOK: Perelandra Soil-less Garden Companion »

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