What To Do In Your Garden In April [Planting Guide]

What To Do In Your Garden In April [Planting Guide]

It’s April, and that means in most USDA gardening zones, there’s lots of work to be done!   Want the exact organic, non-GMO heirloom seeds we use on our homestead? We love Seeds Now!   We’re in Zone 7, so we’ve already set out our cool weather crops, and by the first week of April,…

What To Do In Your Garden In March Zones 3-10! [Planting Guide]

What To Do In Your Garden In March Zones 3-10! [Planting Guide]

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…

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…

How to Start a Garden When You Don’t Have a Green Thumb

How to Start a Garden When You Don’t Have a Green Thumb

Want to plant a garden, but think you have a brown thumb (I’m raising my hand)? I’ve invited my friend Mary Jane to show you how easy it is to start your spring garden – and be successful at it! (want to get a great price on seeds? Click here to visit Seeds Now to…