Quick and Dirty Herb Spiral

May 15, 2013

On May 5, in celebration of International Permaculture Day, we participated in an organic gardening & raw food demonstration at a local resident’s home.  Our contribution was an herb spiral demonstration. An herb spiral is a well known permaculture technique for growing herbs in a very small space.  Essentially what this does is take about […]

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Formal Kitchen Garden Design

April 23, 2013

This is a really cool project we’re doing for a great friend of ours, Lauren Liess of Pure Style Home/Lauren Liess Interiors.  We’re really excited to build this beautiful garden for her family!

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Organic Lawn Care – Before and After

April 22, 2013
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Your Lawn Can Be Organic!

April 17, 2013

©2013 by Jon Storvick and Organic Edible Gardens, LLC Our previous article on ecological lawn care was an introduction to how the ubiquitous and toxic-chemical-addicted American lawn can be transformed in a safe, non-toxic, eco-friendly manner. Now we’re going to show you a little of what that actually looks like in practice. We have been […]

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Urban Permaculture Design

April 15, 2013

This is an urban permaculture design combining edible, native and low-maintenance plantings into an enchanting space for a young Arlington family. Let us know what you think!

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Order fruit trees now!!!

January 17, 2013

The best time to order and plant fruit trees is during the mid-winter/early spring while the trees are undergoing dormancy.  If you’re interested in planting fruit trees this year, give us a call at 571-282-1724 now to schedule a consult!

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Lawn Care the Ecological Way

November 29, 2012

©2012 by Jon Storvick and Organic Edible Gardens, LLC Lawns are a hotly contested subject these days.  Lawns have become the major defining feature of the American landscape.  Yet, it wasn’t always this way.  Up until the development of the suburbs in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the lawn was the sole province of […]

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Making Mushroom Logs

November 8, 2012

Growing your own high-quality, organic mushrooms is pretty simple.  We’re going to show you a bit about the process by which we put together the logs which we currently have for sale.  Enjoy! First of all, you need wood.  The best logs for Shiitake mushrooms are oak.  It’s best to use wood that has been […]

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Shiitake Mushroom Logs for Sale!!!

November 6, 2012

Shiitake Mushroom Logs!!! Logs are fresh-cut oak, 3-5 inches in diameter and 30-48 inches long.  They have been thoroughly inoculated with Shiitake mushroom spawn, and will begin to produce high-quality, organic mushrooms by fall of 2013.  The logs will produce heavily for about 2-3 years, and will decline after that, though they will continue to […]

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