Are you interested in learning how to start a survival garden but don’t know where to begin? There’s a little learning curve for beginning gardening, but it’s not that hard.
Sometimes the garden produces so much, you don’t know what to do with excess Swiss chard that you grow. But preserving excess produce so I can use everything I grow is my jam! Check out what you can do.
Homemade heart seed bombs are a fun project for the kids. This is a perfect rainy day activity that the kids can get their hands on.
Growing strawberries in a bucket is easy and fun. Strawberries are a great fruit to grow in Oklahoma. Read on to learn more!
Companion plants are plants that grow next to your crops to repel pests and attract beneficials. Check out the best companion plants for brussel sprouts in your garden.
Raised garden beds are great for growing your own food. Filling them can be expensive. There are great options to fill raised garden beds on a budget.
Some crops offer more benefits for you and your family and if you’re a beginning gardener, you might not know where to start. Here are some of the most essential crops to grow for a survival garden.
We know homegrown food is good for us. Some foods you can grow at home are even better than others due to their nutrient-rich nature. Check out some of these superfoods you can grow at home.
Are you looking for a way to help save food and save money? A great way to do this is to take the time to learn how to preserve food with dehydration. Dehydrating is a great way to use excess produce from the garden!
Doing a children’s garden daycare activity is one of the best things I’ve ever done with my kids. We have a large preschool garden, but even a 5-gallon bucket-sized garden can teach kids a ton! Gardening with kids is important!