Is 2019 the year you’re finally going to grow food? Or maybe it’s the year you get serious about growing enough veggies to stop buying them at the store? If so, you may already find yourself inundated with seed catalogs…and like an 18th-century sailor hypnotized by the siren’s song, you might be under the spell […]
Blue Jarrahdale Pumpkins are one of my favorite foods to grow. Everyone who has a vegetable garden should grow them! If you don’t, you will see them at your neighbors house and wish you had some of your own! Really! It is almost seed buying time, so definitely put these on your list! Come see […]
A guest post written by Margy Lutz. Margy describes her life on a float Cabin Home on Powell Lake in Coastal British Colombia. She has a very special float garden. Her husband writes interesting books about their off-grid life.
Sad to see your summer garden go? Did you know that you can keep your garden going long after your summer plants have died out? Planting a fall garden is an excellent way to explore new crop varieties and keep your garden going. If you are winding down your summer garden, consider planting fall vegetables […]
Fall is my favorite season. It means harvesting, canning, and holidays. Many of the crops harvested in fall can be stored and enjoyed for months to come. Apples, winter squash, pumpkins, roots crops, cabbage, and potatoes can all be stored and eaten “fresh” when the garden is long gone and winter has set in. I […]
Do you have more tomatoes that you know what to do with? There is never such thing as too many tomatoes! I’ve been there before myself. I thought it would be a good idea to plant a massive amount of tomato plants and ended up with what I thought was way too many leftover, extra […]