Written by Jeff Anttila on April 19, 2019
Looking to cook up your own lasagna garden? Okay, maybe there’s no cooking involved (at least not until harvest time), but lasagna gardening has become an increasingly popular no-till, or no digging, gardening technique that uses layers of compostable materials, including kitchen scraps, cardboard, coffee grounds, as well as numerous other materials to grow vegetables.
Furthermore, lasagna gardening is sustainable, produces fewer weeds, and you probably already own most of the materials required. If you’re interested in trying lasagna gardening in your own backyard, here’s everything you should know about this great choice for growing cucumbers, eggplant, squash, carrots, garlic, tomatoes, and more. click here to read more.