You don’t need to have a dedicated building to enjoy a greenhouse. This winter, save your garden with these easy, DIY greenhouse products and materials.
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With winter still in the works, now’s the time to get your soil in shape for springtime! We found 5 easy things to do so you can get your soil in shape for the beautiful call of spring.
We visited my friend’s farm today. My daughters wanted to see the fruit trees that our friend Cliff had dedicated to them earlier this year. We had tons of fun. They ran around the property, visited the hens and roosters, and climbed up and down the haystacks. We laughed as one of my youngest daughters […]
Here are 10 skills for survival every prepper needs to know. A lot of people want to join in on the prepper movement, but they aren’t sure where to begin because there’s a lot to learn! Do you begin with canned food storage? Or do you invest in a water purification system? Or do you […]
Composting Basics, The Motherlode Of Organic Fertilizer In a previous post, we discussed how using organic fertilizer will help your garden yield better results. Today we will talk about the mother lode of organic fertilizers: compost. Compost is simply organic material that has been broken down so that it is no longer recognizable as anything […]
Organic Fertilizer Now that Spring is around the corner and the Earth is waking up from it’s winter slumber, it is time to start preparing to plant your garden. Hopefully, you have some seedlings started with the help of these handy tips and tricks but the soil needs to be prepared as well. What should […]
Starting Seeds – It’s That Time Again Spring is almost here! Can we get a hurray and and an amen? No, I don’t have spring fever and no, I am not of tired of spending most of my time indoors, why do you ask? With the temperatures warming up and the ground starting to thaw, […]
Growing Vegetables Indoors: Winter Outside? No Problem! I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for Spring. It’s been an unusually mild winter here and there hasn’t been much in the way of precipitation. Aside from the worries of a drought the plants are dormant and everything is either a shade of grey or a […]
Old Fashioned Skills Everyone Should Know You come home from a long day at work. What do you do? Do you change out of your work clothes, and put on a comfy sweater, sweats and some cozy socks. After a little bit of down time you go to the refrigerator, get out some chicken and […]
Growing Potatoes – So Much in So Little Space! Potatoes are one of the staples of American food. Whether baked, fried, mashed or roasted, they are one of the most versatile and tasty tubers around. I found a nifty planting method that will allow you to yield 100 pounds of potatoes in just four square […]