Start foraging! Make “poor man’s capers” from nasturtium seed pods with this lacto-fermentation method.
Growing vertically is a great way to make the most of a small garden space. Learn to build an inexpensive garden trellis with these DIY trellis ideas.
With some simple, inexpensive tactics, you can keep your laying hens cool and happy during the summertime heat! Try implementing some of these tricks to make the heat more bearable for your hens and eliminate hot chickens in your coop.
Growing vegetables in pots for beginners: Choosing the *right containers for your urban garden can make your limited space productive. A container garden is a good option for making the most of your small garden space, and for renters who can’t grow vegetables right in the ground.
Planning a small garden in urban areas requires thinking creatively to maximize space. Here’s how to squeeze a little more growing room out of the space you’ve got!
Sweet, savory, and spicy, this mango chutney is great with fish and chicken, or inside your favorite sandwich. If you’ve got access to local mangoes, make some!
Tomatillos are super easy to grow and more resistant to pests than tomatoes. They grow well here, so of course I’ll be using them to make a lot of fresh tomatillo salsa.
You don’t need a huge farm. You can grow your own gluten free grain – amaranth, sorghum, and buckwheat – in your small garden. Growing amaranth and other quasi-grains in a small garden is possible. Here’s how to grow amaranth, buckwheat, and sorghum, as well as how to harvest and reap the grains.