Cabbage isn’t a vegetable I always loved. When my parents made cabbage rolls, I gagged, internally and externally. Throughout most of my childhood, I turned my nose up to every cabbage dish that graced our kitchen table. As I grew older, cabbage didn’t seem so bad as it was when I was younger. Now, IRead more
If the fruits on your zucchini plants are dying, you might need to try hand pollinating. About three years ago, my zucchini plants kept dropping their blossoms before setting fruit or the new fruit dried up. I had no idea what could be wrong! I had this happen from time to time, but I alwaysRead more
Freezing green beans is one of the easiest preservation methods to try. It’s July, and my green beans plants are exploding. We left for three days to spend time at a cabin near our favorite lake. In that short period, my plants blossomed. I came home to an entire harvest ready for picking. I loveRead more
Are you growing brussel sprouts in your garden this year? My husband and I are huge fans of brussel sprouts. We frequently make them as a side dish for dinners throughout the week. While our kids may not love brussel sprouts as much as we do, they are an essential part of our garden. TheRead more
When the homesteading whim hits you, there is a chance you won’t be in the prime location for it. Perhaps you are stuck in an apartment in a large city. Or, you might live in the country but are lacking the financial means to create a homestead. That’s ok! You can practice homesteading skills ANYWHERE.Read more
Do you want to maximize your harvest with one simple practice? Succession planting is the key.
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