What Is A Keyhole Garden?

What Is A Keyhole Garden?

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What are Keyhole Gardens? – Keyhole gardens look kind of like a well and flourish with food waste (compost).

What are they used for? – Keyhole gardens are used for nourishment and can contain both fruits and veggies.

How can I help? – There are organizations available that will help people in other countries to build keyhold gardens.

Keyhole gardens are great additions to outdoor spaces in hot areas. It flourishes from a compost placed in a notch in a structure that looks a lot like a well.

The compost which is accumulated from kitchens keeps the garden well nourished. The gardens can be used to plant vegetables and fruits. For details check out this link via Keyhole Garden

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Watch the video: Keyhole Gardens Texas Country Reporter (July 2022).


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