Gardening in Alaska can be quite the feat. Not only are we in the far, frozen north, but the State itself is almost as large as the “Lower 48″ put together, hence splitting the State into several gardening zones. Toss in the northern most rain forest, arctic tundra, mountains, hurricane force winds, blizzards, months with […]
Growing up in a temperate rainforest, you either learn to get creative with your gardening or watch it wash away. Thankfully, there are several solutions that allows the gardener to work around all that rain that also extends your growing season!
Want to try grow bags in the garden this year? Instead of buying them, make your own! Recycling feed bags into grow bags is easy and can help you to maximize your growing space. They don’t take up much room, and can be moved easily as needed!
Learn how to test your soil type using simple items everyone has at home.
The Siberian Peashrub is a nitrogen fixing, perennial plant, that produces seed pods testing 36% protein. Many homestead and permaculture possibilities for this unique shrub!
If you live in the U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 through 11, consider yourself lucky. You don’t need to bring your lemon trees indoors for the winter. But for the rest of us who have to move our citrus trees inside before it gets too cold, we need to know how to […]