What Seedlings Can You Start In February? [Planting Guide]
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What Seedlings Can You Start In February? [Planting Guide]

February is usually a dreary month, but it’s also a great month to get started on your garden (I have!). I’m sure you’re wondering “What seedlings can you start in February?,” and you might even think I’m a little bit crazy (I probably am).   February is a rather ambitious time of year to start…

What Can You Grow In January? Get Crackin’!
Gardening | Sustainable Living

What Can You Grow In January? Get Crackin’!

All right, y’all. We made it past the holidays, and now we’re into big gardening time. So, you’re probably wondering, “What can you grow in January?”         January is kind of a dull month. All the major holidays are over, we’ve all got sticker shock at how much we spent in the…

How To Heat A Greenhouse In Winter
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How To Heat A Greenhouse In Winter

Wondering how to keep a greenhouse warm in winter without investing in electric or fuel-supplied heating systems? Yes, it can be done. And without adding any more costs to your household budget. I mean, who needs another bill right? Right. Now, you might be wondering why bother keeping your greenhouse warm during the frostier months…

4 Ingredient Chamomile & Black Soldier Fly Larvae “Granola”
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4 Ingredient Chamomile & Black Soldier Fly Larvae “Granola”

Who doesn’t love chamomile? I do, you do, and I guarantee your chickens do!   And chamomile is the star of Chamomile & Black Soldier Fly Larvae “Granola.”   And I tell you, hens LOVE this treat! My hens love digging in and testing each bit!   German chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is wonderful for hens because,…

21 Best Vegetables to Grow in Pots (It’s So Easy!)
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21 Best Vegetables to Grow in Pots (It’s So Easy!)

Growing your own vegetables is one of the most enjoyable endeavors you can attempt. Not only will you be rewarded with a delicious bounty of nutritious vegetables at the end of the growing season, but you will also save some money, too. However, if you have a short growing season or lack ample gardening space…