Category: Gardening Tips

  • Don’t Grow These Crops

    Don’t Grow These Crops

    Gardeners often spend a lot of time trying to figure out how they’re going to set up their garden and how they’re going to grow in raised beds, in a greenhouse, in containers, or in the ground. And that’s great. But I find it interesting that often we don’t spend nearly enough time figuring out…

  • Gardening Tips That Don’t Work

    Gardening Tips That Don’t Work

    Coffee, milk, sugar, eggs, bananas sounds like a typical grocery list. Maybe what you had for breakfast this morning. It’s also a list of ingredients that you’ve been told you should add to your garden to help your plants grow better. Well, that may not be the best advice. I see a lot of the…

  • How to Prepare your Garden for Winter?

    How to Prepare your Garden for Winter?

    This time of year is usually considered a quiet time for gardeners, but there are plenty of essential jobs to keep us busy. We’ll take you through some of the most important. It can be tempting to let nature take its course and leave dead or dying plants where they are and clear up what’s…

  • How to Grow Enough Food to Feed a Family?

    How to Grow Enough Food to Feed a Family?

    The common question gardeners ask is how much of the food we eat as a family can we grow ourselves? This depends on a number of factors, so here are the key things you need to consider. The biggest factor which will determine how much you can grow is how much land do you have?…

  • How To Start A Garden?

    How To Start A Garden?

    All right so you’re looking to start a garden. Well what do you need to do? Where do you start? I was out just getting our garden all set up this year and I thought I would kind of walk through some of the steps if you’re just getting into gardening. Or it’s been a…

  • Quick Fall Raised Bed Prep Gardening Tips

    Quick Fall Raised Bed Prep Gardening Tips

    Preparing raised garden beds for fall planting is essential to ensure a productive and healthy garden. Here’s a simple guide to help you get started. Look for any signs of disease or pest infestation. If you had disease issues, it’s crucial to address those before planting again to prevent reoccurring problems. Start by pulling out…