We used Eggshells in Our Garden. It Took 2 minutes & Improved Our Tomatoes 100%
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We used Eggshells in Our Garden. It Took 2 minutes & Improved Our Tomatoes 100%

Ever see a tomato plant with the leaves dying back, or with dark brown tinting on the leaves? Or, have you ever seen a plant full of tomatoes…except all those tomatoes have brown and black spots on the ends that just seem to get bigger?   These are symptoms of calcium deficiency – and your…

Get The Most Out of Your Garden: Your Early Spring Planting Guide

Get The Most Out of Your Garden: Your Early Spring Planting Guide

Get out the compost and make those raised beds, because spring is almost here.   I’m starting my tomato and squash seedlings indoors, and even starting some crops outside (potatoes, anyone?). Now, before you think I’m jumping the gun, here’s the thing about me.   I love kale, and I’m not afraid to say it. …

Worm Compost Bins: Here’s How We Used Worms To Get The Best Free Garden Fertilizer We’ve Ever Seen

Worm Compost Bins: Here’s How We Used Worms To Get The Best Free Garden Fertilizer We’ve Ever Seen

Got a garden that’s not quite flush with healthy green veggies? So did we – so we created garden fertilizer with a worm compost bin!   And we now have a healthy, consistent source of fertilizer – totally free.   (This article is an excerpt from my book, Organic By Choice: The (Secret) Rebel’s Guide…

3 Ways To Use Rabbit Manure To Improve Your Garden!
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3 Ways To Use Rabbit Manure To Improve Your Garden!

As you probably know, we raise rabbits on our homestead, which means we have a LOT of rabbit manure.   What you may not know is that rabbit manure is one of the easiest to use, yet super healthy, fertilizers for your garden. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use rabbit…

10 Strategic Tips for Choosing the Best Perennial Plants for Your Garden

10 Strategic Tips for Choosing the Best Perennial Plants for Your Garden

Spring is here….and like everyone, we’re not just planting vegetables, but we’re looking to establish permanent flower beds to liven up duller parts of the homestead.   I don’t exactly have the greenest thumb out there, and perennials certainly aren’t my area of expertise, so I’ve invited my friend Valerie of Aspiring Homemaker to tell us…