Working in the garden has numerous benefits for your state of mind & health, plus, you’ll reap a harvest. Dig your hands in the soil; do yourself some good.
Learning how to compost kitchen scraps and yard waste results in FREE garden amendments! Your garden will thrive with homemade compost generated on site.
Handling fall clean up chores and preparing for one last garden crop makes autumn a busy time of year. Beekeepers, gardeners, and chicken farmers all need to do a little fall clean up — or assessment — to make sure that the land that sustains them is prepared for winter months. Are these chores on your list?
There are so many reasons to grow a garden in your yard. Growing your own vegetables is better for health, better for your wallet, better for the earth.
How — and why — to create a healthy organic soil & havest at home. DIY methods to replace garden store products that are healthier for you and your home.
These DIY garden markers are a snap to make. Many utilize recycled materials making them an inexpensive addition to your vegetable garden.
Where bamboo is plentiful, it’s an excellent building material and resource for gardeners. This bamboo trellis building method is a bit different!
While honey bees are familiar to most of us, there are many other bee species that are great pollinators. Mason bees have a lot of characteristics that make them great garden pollinators. Here’s what you need to know about their habits and how to encourage them at your place.
A compact rototiller gets into small spaces, making them great for tilling in unconventional ways around the homestead, even if you’re not into tillage.