Natural and Organic Gardens
By Clifford Woods
The use of purely organic products and materials is something that seems to have gone in and out of fashion over the course of time, though is once again heading for a peak. There was a time when organic gardens were in fact the only kinds of garden in the world, as mankind hadn’t yet come up with the endless array of chemicals and synthetic compounds we know today.
Once these chemicals made an appearance however, this apparent means by which to use a fast and easy quick-fix solution saw fully natural and organic gardens decline and pesticide/herbicide use sky-rocket.
An Awakening: Now however we know that overuse, or indeed any use of these chemical products can be hugely detrimental to health and to the environment as a whole, which has seen interest once again spike not just in gardens, but in natural gardens of a 100% organic nature.
That being said, there are still thousands of households across every town and village that are yet to realize that this modern way of learning from the past, thereby making it necessary to occasionally remind ourselves as to what makes organic gardens a vastly superior choice.
Natural and Organic Gardens:
Right off the bat, feeding and treating plants, flowers, fruit and vegetables with 100% natural and organic products is to treat them exactly as Mother Nature intended. Given the obvious fact that no human being knows as much about nature as nature itself, common sense would dictate that organic gardens tended to in such a way will display the kind of health and prowess their chemical-treated counterpart gardens simply cannot come close to.
Taste: An extension of the above, it is also no secret why organic products sourced from natural gardens are always significantly more expensive than standard variants in the supermarkets they are superior in every way. From size to taste to texture to vitamin content and so on, natural and organically grown fruits and vegetables are beyond compare.
Costs: Any household can begin making its own organic compost of the finest quality with the waste matter is generates every day, so why on Earth would it make sense to visit a store and shell out good money for something inferior? The idea is preposterous and makes no sense whatsoever yet that is exactly what the majority across the US and beyond are still doing even to this day.
Safety: Another considerable benefit of natural gardens is the way in which they are also naturally healthy gardens for human beings and animals alike. As such, if intending to have kids and pets playing or spending time in the gardens at any time, it really isn’t worth taking chances on their health and safety by using harmful chemicals.
Environment: Rounding off, everything that gets liberally sprayed or sprinkled on any part of the garden will eventually be reclaimed and find its way back into the Earth, so take second to think how much damage those millions of liters of chemicals are doing to the planet every year.
If this doesn’t tell you immediately why you should be favoring organic gardens alone, it really should.
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