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?
Need help navigating through the many options for seed starting containers? I’ve put together the following guide to help you out!
Let's go back to beginning - back where our food STARTED - before it was cooked, preserved, fermented. Have you tried growing your own food? Starting seeds indoors is easy - You CAN do this! Check out this tutorial!
Wondering when to start your seeds for this year's garden? Here's an easy to follow seed starting timeline!
Ready to grow potatoes in your backyard? Of course you are! First thing you need to do is learn how to properly prep your seed potatoes and this post will get you started!
Breaking down the list of essential seed starting supplies (and where to find it all)
A list of important planting times for time-sensitive, short season crops in the Pacific Northwest.
See how to sprout beans and seeds with very little equipment in just a few days. Use sprouted beans raw in salads or stir fry; add alfalfa and broccoli sprouts to salads and sandwiches
If you're dreaming of spring, now is the time to get started! One of the best ways to start your seeds off right is by using grow lights. Check this post out to make an easy grow light system
When spring is on its way, all we gardeners can think about is getting our beds ready! This post will help those of you dreaming of spring start planing for the fruitful harvest ahead!
The easiest grain to grow at home. This blog post covers which type of oats to grow then: harvesting, curing and processing the whole grain oat groats by hand.