Sustainable Garden Definition

sustainable garden definition from www.pithandvigor.comI was reading Steve Martino’s blog this morning and he was discussing his definition of sustainabiliy — it is quite simple.  He said: “when the power or water is shut off your garden should not die.”  

I liked the ease and obvious simplicity of this guidance so much I made it into a graphic – you are welcome to share it, copy it or do with it whatever you want (as always just make sure you credit).  – rochelle

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