The best way to save money is to grow your own food. But, lettuce seeds can take several weeks to get started, and to grow big enough to be harvest. And, in the winter, it’s hard to find seeds anyway, right? The solution is to regrow your own lettuce from already harvested heads.
Is there an easy way to get healthy, fresh, green foods even in the winter? Why yes, and it’s indoor gardening at its easiest — sprouting! You don’t need much more than a mason jar and some seeds to get started!
Part 3 in a 4 part series discussing weather and climate for the backyard farmer. Join me as I share some thoughts on traditional weather sayings used for centuries and the truth behind them.
How to figure out what you should be planting in February to ensure the earliest crops this spring! When to start seedlings Which seeds to direct sow Which seeds to start indoors
Understanding your climate can help you plan your garden and maintain your homestead. This article is part 2 in a 4 part series discussing weather and climate for the backyard farmer.
Did you know a simple, dried fruit can be more than a snack? Discover just a few ways that barberries can be used as a medicine.