With as much as people talk about gardening, it can seem overwhelming at times. Sometimes though, it's just a matter of not throwing away your old food scraps. Here are 17 vegetables that you can regrow from the scraps: 1. Potatoes If you've ever wanted to know how to grow potatoes indoors, … [Read more...] about 17 Vegetables You Can Regrow From Scraps
I bought this little garden shed off of Craigslist a couple of years ago for $50. Surprisingly it has never tipped over in any of the storms even though I did not secure it in any way. It has withstood below zero weather, mountains of snow, and has proved itself handy in the garden. But I just … [Read more...] about Reorganizing the Garden Shed – $0
To prepare for a natural or man-made disaster, many survivalists are busy stocking up on shelf-stable food and water. While this is definitely a good idea, one can only eat so much beef jerky and canned peaches before getting a hankering for some fresh produce. A great way to provide your family … [Read more...] about How to Build a Walipini Greenhouse
Sometimes stuff happens and the garden becomes a low priority. I'm writing this with a variety of scenarios in mind... A SHTF situation, you bug out, come back a week or two later and NEED that garden to produce. A personal SHTF situation and you come back and are overwhelmed by the weeds. … [Read more...] about Weeding Your Garden – The “Quick and Dirty” Way
Over the past week I have been pulling up plants that have gone by and no longer producing in the garden, and started planting a second round. Living in South Carolina the climate affords a pretty long growing season. Honestly - by this time of the year I am pretty sick of weeding and picking. We … [Read more...] about Seasonal Crop Rotation
I am a true lover of Kentucky Wonder pole beans, I've been planting them for the last 30 years. They are a non-GMO bean so you can save your seeds. They are also wonderful for green bean teepees for the kids. I always inter-plant them with Morning Glories for a truly stunning arbor vine, but this … [Read more...] about Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans Are Awesome For A Bean Teepee!