Oftentimes in the interests of economics and financial necessity, people will abandon quality in the interests of price. Nothing could be more telling than the current battle being waged with GMO foods and crops.
Nothing beats the summer heat like a fresh cucumber from the garden. These sun-loving vegetables are great for first-time gardeners and easy to grow, and these tips can make them even greater!
Let’s just be honest for a minute. As much as we enjoy gardening and the fruits of our labor, learning some shortcuts along the way to cut down on time and sweat equity is always a plus. These are some of our personal favorite garden tools for the lazy gardener.
What I like about directly sowing seeds is it’s a no fuss method to getting your garden started. As long as the soil is warm and moist, seeds can be sown and it will germinate quickly.
Here’s everything you need to know about growing a great and bountiful green bean harvest.
It’s just about that time of year when you need to get your tomatoes started! Here are my top tips for growing the biggest, juiciest tomatoes that will be the envy of the neighborhood!
Just a few tips in case we “go dark” and it hits the fan…chances are that you’ll have to hunt to feed your family. Make sure you do it safely.
Even though the days are still cool, there are some seeds you can start today. Here are some cool-season vegetables and growing tricks for a great harvest.
Simply by providing seeds with comfortable temperatures, adequate soil moisture and time, your plants will establish strong root systems and, in time, grow big enough for replanting. Follow these tips for planting success.
Barley is a high-yielding cereal grain that can be adapted to many parts of the homestead. This step-by-step growing guide will help you grow and harvest barley from start to finish.
If you are short on garden space or want to plant a few more vegetable varieties this year, why not add some interest to your patio or deck?
All of the snow accumulation from the extreme temperatures occurring through the country could be doing your garden some good. That right, folks snow is great for the garden!