How to Garden tutorial videos

Garden in a Box for Beginners by MW Horticulture Landscape & Garden Depot

Check out this great video by Joe Gardener about how to build a raised garden bed

How to start a Square Foot Raised Garden step by step

Gardening & Landscapes in Southwest Florida

Florida Friendly Landscaping Principles

Florida Friendly Landscaping Principles

Florida Friendly Landscaping Principles

Florida Friendly Landscape Principles

Back to Eden Gardening

Florida Friendly Landscaping Principles

Florida Friendly Landscaping Principles

Back to Eden Gardening

Back to Eden Gardening is the "Deep Mulch Method".  The idea is to cover the soil with organic matter such as MW's ground cover and you will pile it up high (like 18" to 24") and with the intention with regenerating soil life in the Florida sand. 

Florida Native Plants & Trees

Florida Native Plants & Trees

Florida Native Plants & Trees

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To reduce water needs on our environment, we suggest adding Florida Native Trees & Plants. 

Victory Gardens

Florida Native Plants & Trees

Florida Native Plants & Trees

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Victory gardens, also called war gardens or food gardens for defense, were vegetable, fruit, and herb gardens planted at private residences and public parks in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Germany during World War I and World War II. In the war time governments encouraged people to plant victory gardens not only to supplement their rations but also to boost morale. George Washington Carver wrote an agricultural tract and promoted the idea of what he called a "Victory Garden". They were used along with Rationing Stamps and Cards to reduce pressure on the public food supply. Besides indirectly aiding the war effort, these gardens were also considered a civil "morale booster" in that gardeners could feel empowered by their contribution of labor and rewarded by the produce grown. This made victory gardens a part of daily life on the home front.