Digging, double digging, no digging… almost nothing gets gardeners arguing like discussing different methods of preparing the garden soil. Here are a few thoughts.
With these 5 plants found in the wild you can supplement some of your fresh produce and make a nice salad, tea and other healthy dishes!
“Because how we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard
Just upstream from where I harvest ramps, I found a nice patch of watercress, a perennial green which grows wild in shallow areas of streams and has a wonderful peppery taste. It is especially tender in the spring, and can be used fresh in salads, or as an ingredient in soup. Here’s how I made […]
Fruit trees are a wonderful addition to, and investment in your homestead, but it’s important to properly site and plant bare root trees. Here are some highlights of our planting experience, including some ways that we made planting flow more easily and quickly.
“Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.” ~Doug Larson