Last year was a hell of a year for gardening. It was so hot and dry that watering every single morning still did dick all to get my plants to survive. The ones that did got taken down my a hoard of grasshoppers. Remember when I said the apocalypse was coming and now we have … Continue reading What I’m Buying for my Garden to Combat Insects and Drought
I am tired of buying so many jiffy pots every damn year to start my seedlings, so this year I decided that I would make my own. I had a bunch of newspaper saved up (because who doesn't save everything just in case it has a use?) so it worked out perfectly to make my … Continue reading How to Make Seed Pots from Newspaper and a Can
This post contains affiliate links and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. Potatoes have to be the most versatile vegetable of all time and liked by pretty much everyone. At least in some form. We eat A LOT of potatoes in this house, mainly because … Continue reading How to Grow Potatoes
Seed starting is one of my favourite times of year; it means that spring is on it's way and summer will be soon to follow! I'm always ready to jump the gun and get them started in January, months before I'll be able to plant things. If January isn't a good time to start seeds, … Continue reading When is the Best Time to Start Seeds?
Garden veggies are delicious and so fresh, but they only feed us a few weeks out of the summer. Fresh lettuce, snipped straight from the garden just makes salads taste better, but what if you want to enjoy those veggies through fall and winter? Which vegetables are perfect for storing? All of these vegetables require … Continue reading Easy to Store Vegetables to Plant in your Garden