http://www.wikihow.com/Start-an-Organic-Vegetable-Garden . wikiHow gives us step by step instructions to plant and maintain an organic garden. This is a good place to learn the basics.
 
http://organicgardening.about.com/od/startinganorganicgarden/a/How-To-Start-An-Organic-Vegetable-Garden.htm . About Home gives us detailed instructions needed to start and maintain an organic garden. They have articles on organic pest, disease, and weed control, and write-ups on planting common vegetables like carrots, potatoes, cucumber etc. Also find a month by month vegetable growing guide and tips on composting.
 
http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/garden/7-secrets-high-yield-vegetable-garden. Rodale’s Organic Life contains a number of articles on organic gardening. They cover apartment gardening, tips on choosing the right plants and maximizing yield, weed management, etc.
 
http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/gardening-techniques/crop-guide-growing-organic-vegetables-fruits-zl0z1211zsto.aspx Check Mother Earth News for a wealth of information on holistic living, including organic gardening. This section gives an exhaustive crop by crop guide to planting, growing, and harvesting a variety of fruits and vegetables.
 
http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/tips-for-growing-an-organic-vegetable-garden/. Better Homes gives us a one page list of things we can do in order to have a flourishing organic garden. They give us tips on choosing the right plants, fertilizing the soil, crop rotation, mulching, and disease and weed management.
 
http://www.homelife.com.au/gardening/features/how+to+grow+an+organic+home+garden,4691 . Home Life gives us a series of simple tips to grow and maintain an organic garden. These include choosing an area with plenty of sunlight, recycling kitchen waste for composting, fertilizing naturally, and planting herbs like basil and garlic to deter pests.
 
http://www.myhumblekitchen.com/ .My Humble Kitchen is a vibrant blog on holistic living with emphasis on real food free of processed ingredients. Diana offers a practical, hands on approach to organic gardening while offering us valuable tips on the same.
 
http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/gardening/advice/g2104/organic-gardening-tips-460309/?slide=1 . Good Housekeeping tells us how to grow an organic garden with 9 easy steps. They take us through a succession of steps from preparing the soil to harvesting.
 
http://www.helpfulgardener.com/organic/ . The Helpful Gardner contains a series of articles that encourage and aid organic farming. They have write-ups on growing specific vegetables like heirloom carrots and tomatoes, and eco-friendly practices like composting, crop rotation and encouraging bio-diversity in the garden.
 
http://www.organicguide.com/organic/gardening/growing-vegetables-in-containers/ . Some of us may wonder how we can grow an organic garden if we have only limited space. Organic Guide gives us instructions on growing vegetables in containers that doesn’t require much space.