January is a great time to clear out your seed storage bin and remove last year’s garden seed. I don’t know about you, but I hate throwing out perfectly good seeds. Instead, I use some for seed for homemade chicken feed, some for sprouting to give the...
4 Big Ways Snow Can Benefit the Garden

4 Big Ways Snow Can Benefit the Garden

All of the snow accumulation from the extreme temperatures occurring through the country could be doing your garden some good. That right, folks snow is great for the garden! Snow insulates plants and trees Snow cover protects plants from harsh, drying winter winds...
How to Make Seed Starting Mix

How to Make Seed Starting Mix

Are you one of the many wondering what is the best organic seed starting mix out there? While there are many products to choose from, you never quite know what was added to it. For instance, in some pre-mixed seed starting formulas, chemical fertilizers are added and...
Fall Garden Guide: 15 Easy-To-Grow Vegetables

Fall Garden Guide: 15 Easy-To-Grow Vegetables

 There are distinct benefits to planting vegetables in the autumn months: the temperature is cooler, the soil is still quite warm, there is more moisture in the soil and there are more good weather days for planting (as compared to the spring when sudden thunderstorms...

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