You might be surprised at all the foods you can grow in buckets on your balcony, porch, or patio. Here are some best foods to grow.
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
If you’re a beginner gardener, then you need to read these ten tips for boosting your vegetable garden harvest. These methods are guaranteed to work. #homesteadsurvivalsite #vegetablegardening #vegetablegarden #gardenveggies #gardeningtips
GrowVeg has hundreds of videos about gardening. Here, he shares some tips that would have made his first garden a lot more successful.
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 you could grow only one crop, potatoes would be a good choice. Potatoes are perhaps the ultimate survival food. #homesteadsurvivalsite #growingpotatoes #survivalfood #gardentips #gardenhacks
In this video, Self Sufficient Me talks about 5 vegetables that are almost too easy to grow. Even if you don’t take good care of your garden, you might still get a lot of food from these crops. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardenvegetables #selfsufficient #selfreliant #beginners
If you want a healthy garden, whether decorative or an edible vegetable garden, you absolutely need to incorporate flowers.
If you’re a new gardener, there are many things you can do and specific vegetables you can grow to make your gardening experience easier.