For many people, growing a vegetable garden happens in one part of the yard, while growing flowers happens on the other side of the yard. There are many reasons how flowers can benefit your edible garden.
Many homesteaders and suburban homesteaders such as myself are trying to minimize gardening space for maximum yield. See how we very frugally build a potato tower and reap a bountiful harvest of potatoes.
One of the benefits of growing squash or zucchini in your garden is the opportunity to fry up some fresh, delicious blossoms. Since the flowers are so delicate it is rare to find them available at your local grocery store so these are a the tasty treats that the home gardener get to enjoy. We […]
Plants that will continue to provide you with harvests every year.
This year we’re experimenting with straw bale gardening by building a straw bale castle, and we’re looking forward to seeing how our garden grows. Stop by and learn more.
This community book is a culinary and gardening journey through the 12 months of the year with growing tips, first hand growing information, recipes, and photos to inspire you in your own backyard and in your kitchen this year. You can get your free copy by visiting the Backyard Farming Connection.