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?
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!
Want to plan a garden but don't know where to start? Here are resources for seed catalogs and books and tips on planning your garden!
200 lettuce plants in one raised bed?! No problem! It all starts with a plan! Check out my garden plan and the factors I considered when planning for a bountiful harvest and organic pest prevention.
Next up in the Garden Planning 101 series: how to create a fruitful and functional garden layout.
You Valentines are dreaming of chocolates and roses, but not me. I say 'tis the season to talk tomato. Crazy? Come see...
Part II of the Garden Planning 101 series is all about considerations for selecting seeds and plants for the garden.
Starting peppers from seed can be tricky business that requires patience and a warm place. Here's how to get them to cooperate.
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.