In May, I posted a blog regarding the benefits of gardening for our mental well-being. Nurturing plants and being in the natural world provides many people with peace and a sense of well-being. My landscaping team and I have been constructing and assisting in the design of a garden at Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla, California, the largest women’s prison in the world. As I mentioned in my previous blog (link), the garden is being funded by the group “Chapel of Grace”, who work hard to positively impact women who have had difficult lives, made mistakes and are now imprisoned and often hopeless. The garden is designed to be a sacred space for reflection, prayer and perhaps fundamental change for these women. The project has now been completed and is available for use by women in the Valley State Prison. On May 17th, nearly 500 inmates and...
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Click here to read our review as it appears in the National Home Gardening Club Member Tested pages for Mar-Apr 2011.Read More
Product is most interesting....very different from anything I have used before...and if it lives up to its promises, my garden and inside plants should be great this year!Read More
I used this product on 1/2 of our vegetable garden. Even though there are few plants in the garden, there is a noticeable difference in the 2 areas. The plants that received the product are greener and bigger than those in the untreated area. I completed the application on March 29 and already see an improvement in the plants and soil. I cannot wait to see what happens this summer. Thanks for the product.Read More
The soil I had in this area was hard clay, very hard to dig, using the mantis tiller, created area of 10'x6' using the kit following the instructions I was amazed at the results in such a short time.Read More