You can start preparing for your spring garden even in the middle of winter. Here is our spring garden preparation checklist.
If you’ve got a sunny window, you’ve got the makings of a kitchen herb garden. I just love having fresh herbs at my fingertips all year long. Fresh herbs can enhance ordinary culinary dishes, add extra nutrition to your meals, and add fragrance and beauty to your home. Growing herbs is both easy and affordable. […]
We’ve been conditioned to believe that all weeds are evil and must be eradicated, but some weeds could actually be good for your garden.
The majority of fruits and vegetables can be grown in buckets with little work. However, there are a few types that are easier to grow.
The plastic in milk jugs is very sturdy, making them useful for a variety of purposes, especially in the garden. Here are seven ideas.
Rustic By Nature built an incredible 10×20 foot greenhouse using 15 pallets, some 2x4s, PVC pipes, and plastic sheeting.
Long-term health is as important to survival as emergency food. If you are looking for healthy food, check out these survival superfoods.
A pollinator garden is a garden filled with flowers that attract pollinating insects. This helps to create a healthier ecosystem. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pollinators #pollinatorgarden #gardeningtips #gardeninghacks
To decide which crop is the best to grow, I considered caloric content, overall nutrition, ease of cultivation, harvesting, and storage.
While most plants thrive in the spring and fall, warm-weather plants love the heat and sun of the summer. Here are some heat-tolerant plants to consider. #homesteadsurvivalsite #herbgardening #vegetablegardening #summergarden #gardeningtips