A list of some tomato companion plants that when grown together, may help repel various harmful pests, therefore encouraging healthy growth.
A list of some fast growing vegetables that will put food on the table quickly. Or if you are simply impatient!
You might consider covering the bottom of a new raised garden bed with organic materials. That is, before you add the soil.
Two online tools to help determine finer details of your growing season length including first-last frost dates and plant hardiness zones.
What’s it all about? Heirloom vs Hybrid vs Open-pollinated? The answer really is fairly simple. Here’s the type of seed that I like…
Among the many vegetables that are great for a survival garden, this one is pretty easy to grow, and has good balanced nutrition.
The potato is one of the best survival garden foods that you can grow because of their caloric content, lots of potassium and vitamin C.
Just getting started? It’s a great way to do it. Pots and Containers. And best of all, it will work pretty much anywhere you may live.
Food independence goes hand-in-hand with freedom. Free from a collapsing infrastructure during a time of great uncertainty.
A list of gardening calories in vegetables. It’s an important consideration when planning a survival garden to maximize caloric yield.