When I first started gardening, I couldn’t wait to try growing strawberries! These red berries are jam-packed full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants. I can never resist a bite of a plump, juicy and sweet strawberry. I remember visiting my local garden nursery and noticing these bright red hanging baskets. As I got closer, I […]
We enjoy making our own wild wine and usually put on at least two different kinds each year. Dandelion wine is a must! Since we use no chemicals at all on our lawn, we know the flowers are healthy and organic. Here are some of the several different wines we make here on our homestead. […]
After watching Daddykirbs Farm and J&J Acres create arbors using cattle panels, I decided to make some of my own. I had to change things up a bit due to the span I had to cover. We are looking forward to a good harvest this year.
In this series I’m compiling the quick and dirty info on growing specific vegetables. Just the basics. No fluff, no frills. How far apart can you plant? What pH do they need? How much water? What vegetables can you plant next to others? Which should you avoid? This quick and dirty 30 second guide to […]
We toured the cherry farm that grows and dehydrates the cherries that we use in our Cherry City Chai tea… its pretty neat to see how they grow them, dry them and then even chocolate cover them. Take the tour with us!
Do you take the time to tie up your raspberry bushes? The benefits are many and well worth the effort. This simple guide gives backyard gardeners step-by-step directions to tying up raspberry canes using a time-saving method. Get those berries ready for summer, and the harvest will be ripe, easy to pick, and delicious!