Have seeds left over from last year? Or maybe many years before that? Seeds lose their viability depending on the quality, and the method of storage. There’s an easy way to test to see if they’re still good. Check out more on how to test old seeds.
Planning your Spring vegetable garden? Check out my quick and dirty, 30 second guide to planting onions. pH, hours of sunlight, weekly water needs, companion plants, etc. All in an easy to reference format.
Not only does mulch help to suppress weeds in the garden, it also adds organic matter to feed the soil microbes and retain water. I also use mulch on the paths to stop them getting muddy. As more worms have started to make their home in my garden, I find that I regularly have to […]
This three part series walks you through step-by-step how to start growing your own food. It includes all the details you need to know to start off with as much success as possible. Do yourself a favor by reading the whole series before planting your garden, and you might just save yourself an entire growing […]
It’s that time of year again. The time when it seems like many people are getting sick. We try to maintain health year round with healthy eating, supplementing, sipping on bone broth or using various essential oils, but viruses can still make their way into the most prepared homes. When this happens, we like to […]
I don’t wear makeup. I started using only organic shampoo a couple years ago. I make my own conditioner. I avoid flour and sugar that has been bleached. I use unbleached coffee filters. Our bodies are so inundated with unhealthy chemicals from our surroundings and products on a daily basis. It just makes sense to […]