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Keyhole Gardens

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Published on Jul 4, 2012

Open the door to the future... Keyhole Gardens. Narrated by Brianne Harvey. Produced by KeyholeFarm.com.

Keyhole gardens are a relatively new idea that started in a school in Africa. These keyhole gardens are becoming very popular in the United States as a way to grow quality vegetables at home.

The beauty of keyholes is that they are easy on the back, you can plant crops closer together than in a conventional garden, they take up smaller space, crops are easily accessed via the keyhole design, and they are extremely water efficient. The lack of weeding is another huge advantage.

During our experiments over the past three years, we have planted numerous crops, from watermelons, to pumpkins, to okra, to green beans, to black-eyed-peas, to tomatoes, to asparagus, to onions, to carrots, to cabbage, to lettuce, to jalapenos, to cucumbers, to zucchini, to squash, to melons, to cantaloupes, to numerous herbs and other plants, many of the aforementioned in a variety of types. My favorites are sunflowers.

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