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Organic Gardening Made Simple – A Great Way To Garden Better!

We are so excited today to announce Organic Gardening Made Simple, an awesome new online place for organic gardeners to discover, learn, ask questions, and share in their love and knowledge of all things gardening – all in a completely friendly and positive environment!

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Helping Us All Garden Better – Organic Gardening Made Simple

Organic gardening really is simple gardening. And it works!

For years, we have written about the simple joys of organic gardening. And even more, how it makes sense and saves cents to garden without unnecessary chemicals and sprays. (See : The Garden Movement Grows)

In the process, we have come to know and correspond with thousands and thousands of fellow organic gardeners who share in our passion. Many write to us with gardening questions. While others send along great new gardening ideas, or helpful hints and advice.

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We created the Organic Gardening Made Simple group to be a place where members can share all of their gardening know-how – and ask for advice as well!

And it got us to thinking. What if we could create an online group for all of us to exchange all of our gardening knowledge and ideas? A simple group that shares in a common bond for a love of gardening and all things organic. Whether it be growing vegetables, flowers, trees, or in containers, raised beds or patio planters.

And so with that in mind, we created an awesome new Facebook Community Group called Organic Gardening Made Simple

It will be dedicated to sharing gardening techniques, growing advice and more. And even better, a friendly place to ask fellow members for help with your own gardening questions.

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From composting, to organic fertilizers and more – the page will be dedicated to simple, organic practices that work.

It is by design to be a place for the positive exchange of organic gardening information. From inspirational garden messages, to funny gardening notes and thoughts – to great links to articles on all things organic gardening.

How Organic Gardening Made Simple Works

There is absolutely zero cost to join. And even better, no website or email to sign up for. In fact, there will be no emails or interruptions at all.

You can join the group today with the link below.

Just a simple Facebook Group Page to join where truly happy organic gardeners can connect. You can join today by heading to this link here : Organic Gardening Made Simple

Starting on Monday, March 23rd, the page will begin to post links to garden topics and articles, as well as inspirational garden messages and more.

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Growing organically means never having to worry about what might be in or on your food.

Members can also post questions, helpful advice, or photos to the page. And as long as they are positive, sincere and organically based, they will be posted for others to enjoy, comment, or help out in the case of questions.

But it works both ways. All members are asked to also remain positive in their responses. And to keep the page as it was intended – to be a place for simply happy organic gardening talk!

Two Simple Rules

There are only two rules to follow for being a member of the group.

#1 The group is only for garden related topics that are based on organic principals.

#2 There will be zero tolerance for negativity. Any negative or sarcastic comments will be removed, and any member posting any such comments will be removed from the group.

That’s it! After all, gardening should be fun, and full of life. And that is exactly what we hope this page will be all about.

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Here is to hoping that it becomes a positive force in the advancement of organic gardening knowledge and techniques.

So join today, and by all means, if you have a fellow gardening friend, ask them to join too! Here is to Organic Gardening Made Simple. And of course, to Happy Gardening! Jim and Mary

Jim and Mary Competti have been writing gardening, DIY and recipe articles and books for over 15 years from their 46 acre Ohio farm. The two are frequent speakers on all things gardening and love to travel in their spare time.

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