It’a gardening season, y’all. And these gorgeous cedar DIY garden markers are so easy to make! They’re also functional, and should last you years! I invited my friend Amy from 1905 Farmhouse to show us how she made these beautiful diy garden markers using cedar stakes and a wood burning kit! Her tutorial […]
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. […]
March is one of the best times to start getting your hands dirty in the garden, and I’ve created these “to do” lists by USDA planting zone to get you in the garden and enjoying spring! The weather in your area is likely starting to warm up a bit, and now is a wonderful […]
Nothing is more frustrating than planting seeds only to have just a few (or none) actually sprout (we’ve all been there). We used these 2 super simple hacks to help our seeds sprout – and ended up with more veggies than we can harvest! And these are two tricks you can easily repeat […]
Buying grain for your livestock can add up – ask me how I know.
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 […]