See how many potatoes I harvested from my cans.
My garden has FINALLY produced enough green beans that I won’t have to buy any to can this year! Yay!! I even have enough to play with. Anyone have any favorite green bean recipes to share?! Here’s one you might like to try…
Every bit of my broccoli this year has been terribly bitter!! I’ve thought of a few possible explanations. Do you have any thoughts on this?
I can’t believe how easy these things were to grow from seed!! And now that I know how to remove the bitterness, all I need is the perfect go-to recipe for cooking my turnips. Recipes welcome!!
Learning how to propagate is a great way to build your landscape for free, and potentially earn you a little extra cash as well!
This really is a fantastic book on everything from gardening tips and recipes for enjoying your harvest, to wine and cheesemaking, and more!
So, I harvested my first garlic crop last week. Wanna see the results? I also made a short video of how to harvest garlic. Check it out!
Artichoke plants have a common enemy- the earwig. There are a few tricks to getting them to leave your globes alone… or you could just do what I did 😉
When there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get outside and in the dirt… there’s always time at night!
To prune, or not to prune… that is the question!
That’s what I get for trusting this unseasonably warm Spring weather!! A frost, when I was least expecting it.
A danger of frost could be a serious threat to the tender seedlings in your garden. Here’s what I do to protect my plants on freezing night…
Since we recently put in several new grape vines, I did a little research on which plants are the best to plant with grapes. I also found out what NOT to plant near them.
If you’ve been interested in creating an edible garden in your front (or back!) yard, this is the book you need to get inspired and on your way to enjoying your own personal Eden!
Witch Hazel grows in many places throughout the US, and is easily harvested for a homemade astringent. This beautiful shrub would make a great addition to any homestead!
I bet you never knew how many uses there are for lemon balm!! From cooking, and healing, to cosmetics and cleaning sprays… this plant can do it all!