Yes, yes you do! Many well-meaning folks will tell you thinning carrots isn’t necessary, but it all depends […]
Gardeners who collect their own seeds often are the ones with the most amazing gardens, simply because the selected seeds are best suited for their own particular climate and soil conditions.
Think you can’t have a garden, because you tried it once and all you could grow were weeds? […]
Dandelions supplied the early homesteaders with vital vitamins and nutrients. It was thought of as a spring tonic.
More! Is the answer most gardeners would likely give. But how much land do you really need? If […]
An Americas original, corn was first cultivated between 6,000 to 10,000 years ago in the southern Mexico region. […]
What is the most popular fruit in the world? The tomato. While many people think of tomatoes as […]
10 Common Vegetables and How Much to Plant!
So much depends on climate, soil and weather but the following list will at least give you some ground rules to figure out how much to plant. Things like carrots, beets or cabbage are easier to gauge…you know how big they are so if you account for a few inches extra for wiggle room and leaves etc. you have a pretty good idea of how much you will get for your space. Others are more difficult to plan. Those are the ones included here.
Spread clean, dry, whole berries on a cookie sheet and set in the freezer. An hour later transfer […]
Freezing rhubarb is a complicated, intensive and laborious process…NOT! To freeze rhubarb you simply freeze it. It really […]