Contact any tree cutting service near your garden and request chips. More often than not, they’ll
be happy to provide a truckload (or more) of mulch at no cost. Make sure you have space for the pile and
be willing to let it sit a while and break down. Continue reading →
Pallets can come in handy. Here are some good sources for pallets: Continue reading →
Often, very late in the growing season, Indianapolis-area nurseries have plants available at little or no cost to community gardens. The plants are likely to be root-bound and stressed, but can be revived. Continue reading →
Are you a gardener? Have a yen to conserve? Tired of paying high water bills? If so, you might want to consider a rain barrel. Continue reading →
Fall Creek Gardens is centrally located in the Mapleton-Fall Creek Neighborhood of Indianapolis. Our mission is to cultivate healthy food, people, and communities in central Indiana, we empower home and urban food growers by practicing and teaching organic and sustainable methods, promoting community gardens and providing access to resources.
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