Keyhole gardening is a method developed for areas experiencing severe drought and limited resources, specifically Africa. However, the concept is just as useful in other parts of the world.
Keyhole gardens are a variation on raised bed gardening. They are a round area with a notch in one side that provides access to a composting tower in the middle. Keyhole gardens conserve water and provide plants with easy access to nutrients.
Check out this video about a heart-warming solution to starvation around the globe and in your own backyard!
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