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Gardenerd.com is a nifty little website about all of the essentials of organic gardening. The creator, Christy Wilhelmi, has embraced her nerdy passion for all of the ins and outs of organic gardening! She provides gobs and gobs of amazing, free information that answers just about any question you could possibly have starting out.



She is probably most known for her podcast, Gardenerd Tip Of The Week. Each week she gives just a short few minute tip that is simple and easy to apply to your life or garden.


Gardenerd.com is truly an essential resource for garden nerds. They have heaps of links & resources in their blog. AND they have tons of eco-friendly gifts and items in their online store! .

Speaking of buying things.... Christy wrote a book, Gardening For Geeks, that has tons of easy to understand knowledge about soil biology, composting, food preservation, and recipes.






Here is the amazon link!

The other cool thing gardenerd does is offer consulting and food garden design help. Not only that but many other services you can check out here!

AND how can you possibly not love these adorable little veggie cartoons wearing glasses?
 
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Christy used permies and hugelkultur for her Gardenerd Tip of the Week! You can listen to it here!
 
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