All gardens, regardless of their inception or design, have a natural tendency to revert back to a “feral state”, the moment human intervention ceases. Beneath what might appear to be disorderly and chaotic, however, lies a process where the garden is aligning with nature’s rhythms, and returning to a state of optimum fertility, balance, resilience, and efficient energy utilization.

This is a garden where nothing is wasted, and everything is recycled. A garden where day and night, winter and summer, rain or shine natural processes enhance soil fertility without additional inputs. And one where the energy it contains is directed toward growth rather than healing, resulting in a vibrant and fertile ecosystem that is resistant, and swiftly recovers from environmental challenges.

Imagine if there was a way to care for our gardens in a way that leverages these advantages, while preserving their beauty, and the way you would like them to look.

Creating a thriving garden that is self-sustaining because it harmonizes with nature’s rhythms and effortlessly taps into natural nutrient cycles requires a well-crafted blueprint. Think of this blueprint as your guiding roadmap, outlining the essential steps and strategies to achieve a self-sustaining garden ecosystem.

If you’re short on gardening time or simply want to do less work these rules provide a roadmap that suits your busy lifestyle. And regardless of whether you use chemical or organic products, these principles will help your garden thrive efficiently.

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