The Book of Genesis (of an Urban Garden)

001.001  In the beginning there was sod and dirt.

001.002  And the earth was without form, and void: and hunger was upon the seekers of fresh organic produce. And the spirit of Phil moved upon the face of the lawn.

001.003  And Phil said, Let there be manure: and there was  manure.

001.004  And Phil saw the manure, and it was good: and Phil tilled the manure into the dirt.

001.005  And Phil called the dirt soil, and the manure he called nutrients. And the soil and the nutrients were the first steps in creating an urban garden.

001.006  And Phil installed some rain barrels, and collected the waters that fell from the roof nutrients were the first steps in creating an urban garden.

001.007  And Phil used the waters collected in the barrels to water the gardens. And it was so.

001.008  And Phil called the water harvesting sustainable.

001.009  And Phil said, Let the waters under the soil be used by the roots, and the water on the land by the seeds. And it was so.

001.010  And Phil called the combination of plants and seeds a succession intercrop.  And Phil saw that it was good.