Kale is one of the best things you can grow in your vegetable garden. It’s hardy, forgiving, and can produce all year long. It’s also incredibly good for you! With all that kale, though, you’ll need a way to preserve it. Here are the three best ways to preserve your kale harvest.
I wrote this post when I had only been gardening for about 3 years, but these are still my favourite vegetables to grow. They are easy to grow and produce a good crop. This is a list of my top 5 favourites for beginners in a sub-tropical climate.
Celery is one vegetable that I never used to like before I grew it myself. Silverbeet is the other one. Celery from the supermarket is usually stringy and tasteless, and depending how old it is, may also be a bit limp. Homegrown celery is crunchy and tasty. Here’s how I grow and use celery.
Most homesteaders start with tomatoes. Easy to grow and versatile, they’re a homesteader’s boon. In order to can your large harvest, your tomatoes must be skinned and de-seeded. Learn how…
Garden 2016 planted. Read about our tips and tricks and what all we’ve got growing this year!
So assuming you planted your seeds properly and have kept them nice and warm, you should have beautiful seedlings emerging right about now! Once your seedlings have “popped” out of the soil you will want to remove the plastic cover as it has served its purpose. If you leave it on too long, the seedlings […]