If you’re counting on your garden to help sustain you during a disaster, you should focus on high-calorie crops that grow fast.
Many cool weather vegetables actually love being in the shade, and the best part is that you can plant them twice a year.
There are certain vegetables that can be sown in the winter to get a head start before the growing season starts. Here are five.
Foraging for wild edibles is hard enough already, but in winter it’s a real challenge. Fortunately, some plants will surprise you.
As he says in the video, these gardening tips can be used on a daily basis. Here are 34 brilliant vegetable gardening hacks.
The green, pear-shaped chayote “squash” is actually a fruit. It’s incredibly delicious and easy to grow. Here’s how to eat it, grow it, and pronounce it.
If you are looking to add a crop to your survival garden this year, corn is an excellent choice. Easy to grow, harvest and store, corn is useful in many ways around the homestead.
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
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
Long-term health is just as important to survival as having emergency food. If you are looking for some good food, check out these survival superfoods. #homesteadsurvivalsite #survivalfood #superfoods #emergencyfood #foodstorage