Spring is here. 'Tis the season to be.......gardening!! A neighbor friend told me about a method of gardening using pallets. The premise is placing a pallet on the ground, filling it with soil, and then planting vegetables and herbs between the … [Read more...] about Pallet gardening?
Had to throw my own 2 cents worth in which in the totem pole of life is probably just below whale crap...... Here are my Top 5 Vegetables to Plant this Spring. Lettuce - love Black Seeded Simpson. Years ago I figured lettuce would be … [Read more...] about Top 5 Vegetables to Plant this Spring – Rourke’s version
In a long term SHTF situation no matter how much food is stored - it will eventually run out. Planting a garden is an excellent way of supplementing a food storage program. Seeds are relatively inexpensive and will certainly disappear in a disaster. … [Read more...] about Preparedness Product Showcase: Heirloom Survival Seed Bank
Squash Harvest By Bev Sandlin Winter squash is a wonderful plant. Super easy to grow and store. Not only are the fruits of the plant edible (yes, technically it is a fruit) but the shoots, leaves, tendrils can be eaten as greens, cooked … [Read more...] about Squash Harvest