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Use fallen leaves to keep your compost healthy all winter.

Raking leaves is beneficial for your lawn in the fall, and if you compost those leaves, grass clippings and other materials, you can create nutrient-rich compost for your garden in the spring. Here’s how. How-To Articles at Troy-Bilt.

Container gardening

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Yellow squash recipes

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Growing oregano

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Growing asparagus

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Growing basil

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Growing lavender

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drying and storing herbs

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growing broccoli

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Planting herbs

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Drying herbs

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Fall garden vegetables

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DIY Outdoor Dining Table | Garrison Street Design Studio

Renewing my garden look is one of the projects I have to do when welcoming a new season. Now that it is spring, I thought wood projects will sound better. Gardens can be decorated with so many other materials but I choose wood working because I think garden looks better in them. It has undeniable chemistry that is awesome. Nature for nature is beautiful. So I compiled some ideas which I am also going to share them with you. Find what is best for you and do your garden some justice. I…

The modern world has made life so easy that there's no need to learn lost survival skills. But if we face a big enough disaster, that will change fast.

17 Lost Survival Skills Your Ancestors Had | Urban Survival Site

The modern world has made life so easy that there's no need to learn lost survival skills. But if we face a big enough disaster, that will change fast.

How To Make Lettuce Last A Month

Keeping my lettuce and other vegetables and fruits fresh is very important to me. I find it to be a total waste to have to throw out my veggies because of not getting to use them all up before they start going bad. There are quite a number of ways to keep your produce fresh.

Need-to-Know Skills for Better Self-Reliance

Essential life skills used to be commonplace, but some have been lost over the past couple of generations. These basics are good to know, just in case!

How to Survive (And Thrive) When Money is Tight and Times are Tough

Be prepared for when times are tough. Understand your survival needs, learn some basic life skills, and know that it's not IF we have a recession, but when.

How To Love Being a Homemaker - Army Wife With Daughters

A military wife and mom blogging about all things Army Wife, homemaking and parenting.

Homemaking Books You Need for a Well Kept House

Every homemaker needs a shelf of books for inspiration and practical advice. These are my favorite homemaking picks for a cozy read.

Precious Tips for Outdoor Gardens - Modern

Precious Tips for Outdoor Gardens In general, almost half of the houses in the world…

Be Prepared: Food Storage Ideas - Remodelaholic

Be Prepared: Food Storage Ideas

Be Prepared: Food Storage Ideas - Remodelaholic

How to Prepare & Amend No-Till Garden Beds

Learn how to prepare and amend garden bed soil for planting, including removing old plants, no-till gardening, fertilizer, compost, mulch & more.

Use fallen leaves to keep your compost healthy all winter.

Raking leaves is beneficial for your lawn in the fall, and if you compost those leaves, grass clippings and other materials, you can create nutrient-rich compost for your garden in the spring. Here’s how. How-To Articles at Troy-Bilt.

Plant these Vegetables in September!

Yes, you can plant vegetables in September! These 15 veggies can handle the heat. Includes best varieties, planting tips, and recipes for your harvest.

How To Prepare A Garden Bed For Planting Vegetables

Weeding, amending and cultivating the soil are important steps for preparing garden beds for planting vegetables. Find information on vegetable garden soil preparation, including details about the best soil for garden beds, tips on organic garden soil amendments, and how to prepare soil for planting vegetables.

DIY Potting Soil: 6 Homemade Potting Mix Recipes for the Garden

Save money by blending your own homemade DIY potting soil mixes. These 6 recipes from a horticulturist are formulated for plants from vegetables to cacti.

Free Printable Garden Planner

Veggie Garden Workbook perfect for beginner gardeners, from garden layouts, companion planting and a seed starting schedule.

How To Prepare Awesome Soil For Your Vegetable Garden - Life Is Just Ducky

Learn how to make great soil for your vegetable garden. What do plants like. What you need to add. Better gardening starts with better soil.