Why sprouting seeds mean happy chickens.
Want a healthy, inexpensive treat for your chickens? It’s easy, fun and nutritionally beneficial to sprout seeds. Here’s why and how to do it.
12 Medicinal Plants to Grow at Home ~ Bless My Weeds
Medicinal plants that you can grow at home. Plants perfect for all of your home remedies. Ideas for your DIY cure-alls. The perfect things to grow for your own home apothecary.
How to Attract Toads to the Garden and Why You Want Them There!
Wondering how to attract toads to the garden? If you are a gardener, you need to keep reading to find out! Toads in the garden are a big help!
Spicy Sriracha Pasta Bowl
This pasta dish is a delicious celebration of all our favorite things: our Spicy Marinara Sauce, fiery Sriracha, al dente spaghetti and a touch of sweet honey.
10 Fantastic Reasons to Grow Your Own Garlic - Creative Vegetable Gardener
Grow your own garlic this season and have a year-round supply for cooking and eating! 10 reasons why it's an easy and fun vegetable to plant in your garden.
10 Gorgeous Shade Plants That LOVE Shade ~ Bees and Roses
Here are some easy to grow shade plants that love areas of shade. Use these plants for the shade to decorate your garden! You will love the way they look!
How to Grow Microgreens at Home for Less
Trendy microgreens are a simple solution to getting more vegetables on your plate this winter. They can run $30-50 a pound at the store; here's how to grow them at home for PENNIES. It's like having a tiny little vegetable garden inside.
5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy... Forever
http://www.diyhomeworld.com/5-perennial-veggies-to-plant-once-and-enjoy-forever/ Perennials are plants which grow back year after year without having to be replanted each spring.
Raising pigs without smell and on the cheap | The Homestead Survival
He shows how they have made their pig pen from cattle panels so that they can be moved around. This is good because it leaves the potty corner behind and
The Best 10 Plants to Grow for Backyard Privacy
Bamboo is an invasive landscaping plant but if you are smart about choosing the variety or you plant it in containers, it can be a beautiful addition to the backyard