Joey and Holly from The Wisconsin Vegetable Garden love to share information about how to grow and store your own food. In this podcast they share more specifically about growing indoors. Traditional gardening is still their favorite, but indoor gardening helps those that live in drought areas and areas with a long cold winter. It’s […]
Early spring is a great time to plant herbs indoors. They can be grown on windowsills year round, but a spring start aligns perfectly with God’s natural growing schedule, and plants respond well to the natural cycle. You can keep the plants indoors, or else just get them started inside. Then, you can either transplant […]
Herb gardening is a great hobby to have even if you’re not into the whole “tilling up the land” kind of gardening. Gardening is therapeutic, and if you’re growing herbs, you can do some amazing things with them. From seasoning your food to making a sensational smelling potpourri, this cheap hobby will actually save you […]
It’s cooking season: Thanksgiving comes, and Christmas comes right after that. So why are our local culinary options so limited? They don’t have to be. If you’re like to grow food for the holidays or for every day, you can do so in the winter months. You just need to think indoors, unless you have […]
Starting seedlings indoors in late winter? There is an easy way to keep them watered, ya know. Check out this post for how to install an indoor watering system on the cheap!
I started some broccoli, tomatoes and bell peppers this week and I used cardboard eggs cartons and a few scoops of soil from my garden. Then I tucked the cartons into the hoops and plastic covered garden bed where all my cool weather crops are seeded and let them germinate!