Our homestead is in SE Oklahoma. It sets on 40 acres. The other 10 acres belong to my hubby’s brothers (5 acres each) but neither plans on ever living out on their properties so we kind of utilize it all for now. We live in a very rural area and that is exactly how we […]
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Many trees and shrubs purchased over the internet are shipped to customers as bare root trees. These young trees are shipped with no soil around their roots and without a container (such as a plant pot). Even though they are shipped without soil, these trees are often very healthy and quick to establish in their […]
We live in NC zone 7b, so the best time to plant fruit trees is actually the fall/beginning of winter here. This gives the roots a chance to get in deep before the heat and dryness of summer comes. Further up north, you have to do the opposite and plant in the spring. So at […]
If you want to plant an orchard, consider dwarf fruit trees. They stay small, so you can tuck them into any sunny corner on your property. Here’s how to decide what to plant and how to plant them!
Trees and shrubs can be edible or simply aesthetic, and in the case of these seven, will be beneficial either way, bringing pollinators into your garden and helping them continue their journey migrating in the case of butterflies or feeding their hive in the case of bees.
Fall is the best time to plant fruit trees. With a simple planting process, you can set your fruit trees up for success.