You may think planting a fruit tree is as simple as digging a hole, dropping a seed in, and covering it, but there’s more to it than that.
Fruit trees are one of the highlights of any homestead, and it’s easy to see why: a mature fruit tree can produce lots of delicious fruit each spring.
Newcomers are often intimidated by the huge variety of options when planting a container garden. Fortunately, some plants are easier to grow than others. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bucketgarden #containergarden #indoorgarden #gardeningtips
It’s easy to assume that bananas can only grow in far away and exotic jungles, but they actually can grow in North America and can even be grown indoors. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bananas #growbananas #growingbananas #bananaplant
The majority of fruits and vegetables can be grown in buckets with a little work. However, there are a few types that are easier to grow than others. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bucketgardening #containergardening #bucket #gardeningtips
Growing fruit trees in buckets or a similar container is an excellent way to cultivate your own fruit, even in small spaces.
Most vegetables are easy to regrow, and some don’t even require dirt – they just need a glass of water. Here is a list of vegetables you can regrow. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardeningtips #leftovers #foodscraps #gardenhacks
Planting certain trees around your homestead can offer benefits. These include trees that provide food, medicine, firewood, and more. #homesteadsurvivalsite #trees #medicinal #homesteader #offgridliving
Most fruit trees take a long time to start bearing fruit, but there are some varieties that will give you fruit in just a few years.