Category Archive: Tips And Advice

10 Hardy Vegetables That Tolerate Cold Temperatures

10 Hardy Vegetables That Tolerate Cold Temperatures If you think winter gardening involves months of eating kale, think again. A wide variety of garden vegetables tolerate freezing just as well as, and some even better than, most kale varieties. No matter when you start planting your Vegetables,i bet you are always planning for your next crop . …

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16 Bread Baking Tips Your Grandma Did Not Tell You

16 Bread Baking Tips Your Grandma Did Not Tell You I love to bake bread this is something i have done for years and have to say the smell and taste of fresh bread is just amazing if you have never baked your own bread before this is a really simple bread for you to …

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20 Crops That Keep and How to Store Them

20 Crops That Keep and How to Store Them If you are getting into food storage and you’re at the point now where you want to put some stuff away long term, maybe for a rainy day or for an emergency in the future. Do you know what kind of food can be stored for long …

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15 Edible Plants You Can Grow Indoors

15 Edible Plants You Can Grow Indoors Conservatories and windowsills are a perfect place to grow vegetables. You just need some heavy containers on the floor or a firm support. Some vegetable plants, including trailing species, are suitable for growing in hanging baskets fitted with integral drip trays. Mushrooms are straightforward if you have space in …

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8 Medicinal Trees You Should Be Growing on your Homestead

8 Medicinal Trees You Should Be Growing on your Homestead Growing your own groceries is one of the most important steps to developing an off-grid or self-reliant existence, but growing your own medicine should also be placed at the top of your list of thing to grow. Many trees that commonly grow in North America and …

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13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard

13 Trees You Should Never Plant In Your Yard For most people, the end of summer and approach of autumn means cooler temperatures, harvest time for crops, and of course, the vibrant colors of changing leaves. For those looking to grow trees or shrubs, however, the approaching fall means it is almost the perfect time …

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