As a new gardener I was eager to grow my own tomatoes, but felt a little overwhelmed about some of the terminology thrown out there associated with this favorite garden vegetable. Here is a post that covers some of the things I wish I had known when I was just starting out.
With one of the longest and coldest springs on record which happened to coincide with our first year trying to grow for the Farmer’s Market, we’ve experienced some major let downs on our homestead. This post shares some of the ways we’ve learned to manage discouragement.
Stock your pantry with your own fast food! Here’s a technique for canning pot roast and carrots, and then using that as a base for a quick and easy Beef Bourguignon.
This past spring my husband and I made the leap to full time market growing. This month was a big reality check. Read this post for a snapshot of real life on a working homestead during the spring Farmer’s Market season.
Want to keep your house clean without the use of toxic chemicals? Try making some of your own household cleaners.
Here are a few tips that we’ve found helpful to help prepare your garden for the summer heat!