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3 Ways to Preserve Green Beans (Plus Two Recipes to Try!)
If you have an overabundance of green beans, check out these tips on how to preserve and put them away, or better yet, use them in some of these yummy recipes!
10 Things To Do In Your Garden in August
Hopefully, by now, you have gotten some of your fresh vegetables and enjoyed some or stored them for winter. However, it’s August, and the end of growing season approaches, so there are 10 things you should do in your garden before the month is over!
7 Delicious Ways To Use Your Summer Vegetable Harvest
In a previous article, we wrote about how there are some summer vegetables that can still be started in July. By doing so, you create a bumper crop to enjoy even more summer bounties. Once your bumper crop has been harvested, you will have a plethora of fresh produce...
The Best Way To Store Vegetable Seeds For Long-Term
Seeds, as minuscule as they are, have the ability to provide us with continued sustenance. One of the greatest advantages of heirloom or open-pollinated seeds is at the end of the garden season the seeds can be collected, dried, and safely stored for future harvests....
Plants You Can Start In July!
Now that we are full-blown into the summer months, most gardens have already been planted, and some are likely already being fruitful. But don't forget, you can start a bumper crop and plant more vegetables in July that will produce before the first freeze. We've put...
How to Use Diatomaceous Earth in the Garden
Gardeners are often given the advice to sprinkle diatomaceous earth (DE) around plants to deter pests. But what is DE? How does it help? Is it harmful? We'll answer all those questions and more hopefully! So what is DE? Diatomaceous earth (DE) is the fossilized...
10 Pollinator-Friendly Plants You Need To Attract Pollinators For Gardening Success
Pollinator plants serve two main functions: they attract beneficial bugs, bees, and birds, and offer an aesthetically pleasing look to your garden! Here are 10 easy-to-grow plants that will attract pollinators.
Gardening is Good For The Soul! Why We Love Plants So Much!
Gardening is good for you. Not just your physical health, but your mental health too. There’s a reason, especially right now, that we love plants so much. If you have a connection to nature, now is the time to cultivate your green thumb.
The Complete Step-By-Step Guide For Starting a Garden For the First Time
Food security has never been so important as it is now. With the concern for food supply chain complications on everyone’s mind, many are turning to seeds as a lifeline for the future.