Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Anxious to get some dirt under your fingernails? Try blending your own seed starting mix!
Looking for an easy weekend project to get ready for seed starting? Make your own paper pulp starter pots!
It's time to get growing! The fourth and final post in the Garden Planning 101 series is all about seed starting!
Next up in the Garden Planning 101 series: how to create a fruitful and functional garden layout.
Part II of the Garden Planning 101 series is all about considerations for selecting seeds and plants for the garden.
Part I of the Garden Planning 101 series offers tips and tools on taking inventory of your seed collection.
Dianna shares tips on growing, harvesting & drying beans. Soybeans, Scarlett Runner Beans, Turtle Beans & yellow Arikara bean varieties discussed at length.
Brussels sprouts are satisfying not only to eat (especially roasted), but to grow. Harvesting them well into November is one of life's simple pleasures.
Last year, I started to experiment with aquaponics so I could continue to grow fresh food during the winter months. I learned that with a little know-how, growing fresh fruits and vegetables is not only possible but easy to do.
In this video I am going to show you the best way to hand pollinate your tomatoes. All you need is a electric toothbrush and a few minutes of your time.