A Beginner’s Guide to Matrix Gardening

Matrix gardening, often referred to as naturalistic garden, is one of the useful techniques that encourages a greener and more sustainable environment. It promotes biodiversity among the beneficial wildlife creatures and different plant species and helps them balance each other well in the system.

Unlike traditional gardens, matrix gardens don’t need the use of pesticide and fertilizer for maintenance. It imitates what is naturally found in vegetation. Various plant varieties are being grown together in order to form a self-sustaining garden that protects each other against bad pests and weeds. Thus, the garden itself is naturally pest- and weed-resistant.

Moreover, matrix gardening does not only save time and money, but also increases soil fertility and conserves water in your garden.

Check out useful guide by Robin Horton from Fix.com to help you learn more about matrix gardening. Don’t forget to share this post with your fellow gardeners on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!


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