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Planting Tomatoes: Tips for An Abundant Harvest

Planting Tomatoes: Tips for An Abundant Harvest

If you’re starting tomatoes from seed, be sure to give the seedlings plenty of room to branch out. Crowded conditions inhibit their growth, so transplant them into their own individual 4 in. pot, shortly after they get their first true leaves Tomato seedlings need strong, direct light. Days are short during winter, so even placing […]

Garden Tip of the Week

Garden Tip of the Week

Tip #1: Plant One New Edible Every Week Eating rice and beans every day can get old, but you won’t have that problem if your garden offers up small bites of you and/or your family’s favorite veggies, such as Turnip, Zucchini, Cauliflower, or Broccoli. I like to dedicate several rows of “this-and-that” crops that I […]

5 Unique Gardening Tips

5 Unique Gardening Tips

I thought it would be nice to share a few gardening tips and even better if I can make it a habit and post some on a weekly basis. You might be familiar with some of these Gardening Tips, but hopefully one or two will be new to you. Let’s see! Tip #1 Soil Bag […]

7 Tips For Removing Snails and Slugs From Your Garden Naturally

7 Tips For Removing Snails and Slugs From Your Garden Naturally

You’ve invested a lot of time and effort in the planning and planting of your Heirloom Garden. After some time has passed you begin to notice, like many inexperienced Gardeners, that you have an infestation of snails and slugs reeking havoc in your garden. Trust me, ask any experience Gardener and they will tell you […]

Heirloom Seeds for Preppers

Heirloom Seeds for Preppers

The process of gardening is the result of more than tilling, planting, weeding and harvesting. It is also the result of preparedness to overcome challenges such as location, pests and other unforeseen complications like unusual weather. Imagine the pressure a prepper will be under to produce a harvest after TEOTWAWKI when their life depends on […]

Gardens Gone Wild

Gardens Gone Wild

Editors Note: This article was generously shared with us by: CustomMade.Com Today’s environmental news is often alarming, especially the warnings that biodiversity, a term used to describe the immense variety of life on Earth, is under siege. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) warns nearly one third of known species are threatened with […]

It’s About Time For That 3 Sisters Garden

It’s About Time For That 3 Sisters Garden

What is a “Three Sisters Garden” you ask? It is an ancient Native American method of gardening using an inter-cropping system which is comprised of growing 3 different variety of crops. By the time European settlers arrived in America in the early 1600s, the Iroquois had been growing the “three sisters” for over three centuries. […]

The History & Introduction to Hydroponics

The History & Introduction to Hydroponics

This article was kindly shared with us by CustomMade.com. We think it is full of wonderful and useful information. The supplies you will need and instructions are towards the end of the article but the information and history provided in the entire article is amazing and well worth the read. Enjoy!  Written by Abby Quillen […]

The Health Benefits of The Love Apple

The Health Benefits of The Love Apple

Tomato, scientifically know as Lycopersicon esculentum and commonly referred to as the “Love Apple” is a popular vegetable with high anti-oxidant. They are sweet and juicy and healthy. Tomatoes are very versatile as they can be eaten as a salad, in a sandwich or as gravy for vegetables – not to forget “the all important […]

The Herb That Purifies Blood And More

The Herb That Purifies Blood And More

This single herb get’s it name because of it’s medicinal, microbial effects on the blood. High in Iron and excellent source for Vitamin K and a essential source for having normalized blood clotting. No it’s not an overnight miracle worker, but with prolong usage it will either be a preventative maintenance item or a remedy […]

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