Informal vegetable gardening with companion planting and wildlife ponds for the benefit of wildlife while producing good wholesome and nutritious fresh fruits and veg for the kitchen and dining table.
The herbs I grow in my garden for the kitchen, cooking, decorating salad dishes and herbal teas; including some of the less common herbs; images, description and culinary uses are given for each.
Winter on the homestead. Many productive things take place during the winter. List of important duties to tend to during winter.
Pak Choi is the easiest vegetable anyone can grow in their back garden either on the ground, on a pot, on a planter or anywhere there is space. Pak Choi is good for beef stews, chicken casseroles and stir fries. Pak Choi can be mixed with any meat really.
Learn how to grow Comfrey (Symphytum officinale).
Musclun is another, but fancier name for mixed green salad found in your local grocery store. Plant small quantities through the gardening season for a sustained almost year round crop
Love spinach but can't seem to be able to grow enough of it in your own garden? Here are a few tips to help you get a more sustainable spinach harvest.
Learn how to grow your own gooseberries. Find a couple of recipes to use them at the same time.
Gardening for self-sufficiency during the zombie apocalypse
Any gardener can grow garlic, and gardeners should consider garlic a staple in their gardens. Simply prepared and planted at the right time of the year, garlic will grow without problems.