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Join Horticulturist and expert organic gardener, Cath Manuel, for simple ideas and inspirations to improve health and wellbeing from plants, nature and fun gardening activities.

In each fortnightly episode, Cath shares simple ideas for gardening to improve health and wellbeing, interviews specialists on topics covering gardening, health care and wellbeing and also 'Simple Solutions' episodes to solve your common gardening problems.

She also shares access to FREE downloads to help you grow and thrive. Keep an eye out for those in each episode!


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Jun 9, 2017

Are you wanting simple solutions for common garden problems?

Grow your garden successfully by following the easy methods I share in this episode.

Earlier this year I spoke at an event and shared a checklist with tips for basic gardening methods and solutions to reduce many gardening problems.

In this episode, I go step-by-step through the 25 Point Checklist to share simple ideas for successful growing.

The checklist is available at www.soiltosupper.com, but before we get started, I’d like you to grab a copy HERE and go through each point with me.

**PRINT A COPY OF THE CHECKLIST THEN COME BACK TO THIS EPISODE!

Make notes and then gather extra info through the links below…I’ll mention these as we go through each point.

Gardening is a pleasure, not a chore. So keep things simple, enjoy everything you do and successfully grow healthy food to enjoy.

I’ve included these links for you to access for more information…

If you’d like to get more out of your gardening experiences, and also gain extra skills and knowledge to grow fresh food, then consider joining our membership Community for personal guidance and support, plus loads of extra info!

Find out all the details here - soiltosupper.com/community/

I hope you enjoyed this episode and you now have great ideas to help you and your garden to thrive!

Thanks for joining me in The Wellbeing Garden, see you again next time,

 Cath