April is definitely a transition time for us gardeners in zone 6. Here in Massachusetts, we haven’t seen the last of the snow. Flakes may be falling next week. Luckily, it isn’t sticking so the gardens are still visible even after a snow storm. It’s still too cold for plants to be out in any […]
Want to learn how to start a garden of your own and not sure where to begin? Learning how to start a garden can be an enjoyable and rewarding activity. Being able to walk our your door and pick fresh vegetables from your garden is not has hard as it may seem. In this article […]
When planning your spring garden, you may be wondering which vegetables will work best for a very small garden. If you only have a limited amount of space, it can be extra important to choose plants that grow well together. You’ll also want to plant vegetables together that won’t be competing for the same space […]
In this video Sarah shows you around the several gardens that we have planted on the homestead. We have a large in ground lasagna garden and 7 raised bed gardens made from logs that we foraged on our property.
Seeds to Plant in May – Vegetables and Fruits for Zones 3, 4, 5, 6 , 7 , 8, 9 and 10 Seeds to plant in May for summer crops in Zones 3 – 10. If you’ve been following my series on What to Plant then you saw the March and April Guides. So you […]
Growing garlic is super easy, and takes very little skill or input. Garlic is what is considered a cash crop for many people. Growing garlic is a low-effort way to make a little money on the side in your own backyard. Garlic’s requirements are modest – some well-rotted manure or compost, free draining soil, some […]