Why try Straw Bale Gardening?
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Plans for this project will be available to all our Straw Bale Garden Club members.
Already a member of Straw Bale Garden Club, but can’t find your email with the PDF instructions for the 6 Week Greenhouse? Just send a message to Kelly@StrawBaleGardenClub.com & she’ll help you out, pronto!
Whenever you decide it’s DAY 1 for conditioning the bales in your Straw Bale Garden, just click here to sign up for our Bale-Prep Video series. Immediately after you sign up, you’ll get an email with a short video from Joel telling you exactly what to do for DAY 1 of conditioning your bales. The next day, you’ll get the DAY 2 video by email. No need to look at the calendar to try and remember which day of conditioning you are on. Each day has its own video, and we’ll send them to you on exactly the right day for your Straw Bale Garden. Just make sure you’re signed up as a member of Straw Bale Garden Club first. Then sign up for the videos on DAY 1 for you!
Before I had my knee replaced last June I planted a veggie Straw Bale Garden. It's made it so easy for me to maintain because I don't have to bend down. I'm really looking forward to this year's garden since I can walk well now. So glad I found SBG. Thanks Joel!Susan
Dear Joel: Just a note to thank you for the information you sent on how to grow a Straw Bale Garden. I read your no weeds statement with a cynical chuckle, and my husband only rolled his eyes. Now I must confess to you that I had nary five weeds all summer in my whole garden. You were almost telling the truth! Thanks again.Judith
Hi Joel. I've been doing a small straw bale garden for my tomatoes, peppers and squash since 2008. I am on the NC coast and the bales have worked great. For the last couple of summers, when we have had months of drought ... the bales stayed moist and required very little water. I watered weekly using a gallon of water per bale during that time (I actually used my AC condensate). I can't say enough good about the process, it's so easy and practically takes care of itself!Sandy