Grow Your Own Food

Starting a garden is one of the best places to begin if you are new to homesteading and self-sufficiency. It's low risk (no live animals to worry about) and fairly inexpensive to get started. If you're an experienced gardener, I've got you covered, too! You'll gain access to my best tips and tricks for a bountiful harvest.
Pepper seedlings in a 6 pod planter
Gardening

10 Tips for Starting Pepper Seeds Indoors

Are you starting pepper seeds indoors this year? You’ll definitely want to read this! Peppers are a classic in the garden and provide a wide range of colors and flavors. Like bold and spicy? No problem. Like mild and sweet? They can do that, too.  While they seem like a simple vegetable to grow, starting

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Stalks of rhubarb laying on the grass next to a purple kohlrabi
Gardening

Rhubarb Companion Plants: Friend or Foe?

If you are planning to grow rhubarb this year or want some tips to grow it better, this article is for YOU! Companion planting is a common method used to maximize space and improve the health of your plants. A little planning can go a long way. Rhubarb has a lot of companion plants (friends),

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Square glass bowl full of freshly picked sunflower microgreens
Gardening

What Type of Microgreens Should I Grow?

Are you interested in growing microgreens, but don’t know where to start? Are you overwhelmed with all of the microgreen seed choices?  I know how you feel because I’ve been there! There are pages and pages of options and it’s hard to know what to know what type of microgreens to choose. In my comprehensive

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Greenhouse in winter, buried in the snow
Gardening

5 Winter Tasks Every Gardener Should Do

I know, I know. I just want to hibernate by the fire, too, but these tasks are absolutely essential. Yes, you can just “wing it” by just grabbing whatever baby plants are available at your local nursery this spring and plop them in the ground randomly, however… Times Have Changed: More people are gardening now

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