Is there anything we can learn from the forest and apply to our vegetable gardens? Plants in forests usually do so well, but why?
Instead of using the traditional method of planting, succession planting leads to crops at varying levels of growth. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardentips #gardeningtips #gardenhacks #gardeninghacks
GrowVeg has hundreds of videos about gardening. Here, he shares some tips that would have made his first garden a lot more successful.
You can eat everything that grows in a forest, but only if you plant it yourself. That’s the idea behind an edible food forest.
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
If moles are ruining your freshly planted garden bed, you have to get rid of them. There is one simple way to do it that works almost every time. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardeningtips #gardenhacks #moles #killmoles
Weed control is a crucial aspect of growing a garden. But if you don’t want to rely on harmful herbicides, you have to be creative.
However, germinating your own seeds — and then successfully transplanting them to your garden later — requires that you follow some basic steps.
This DIY planter is relatively easy to build and is perfect for growing herbs and other small plants. It also makes a great gift. #homesteadsurvivalsite #planters #diyplanter #woodplanter #diy
You probably already know that many herbs have abundant medicinal properties. Let’s see how you can use them to keep family healthy.