Onions are great for beginner gardeners! They are easy to grow, harvest, cure and store. You can pick onions just about any time throughout the growing season but also wait until maturity to cure and save for later.
My garden is a very special place. It's where I find peace and comfort from all the chaos. It's a chance to get my hands dirty, teach my kids important lessons and oh ya grow some food. There is no better feeling than coming inside with baskets and bowls overflowing with fresh produce harvested from our very own yard. Whether you're on multiple acres or have a balcony in the city, you can grow some food of your own. Check out my collection of garden recipes for ideas on how to use your harvest.
There is nothing better than growing your own blueberries right in your own yard. They are easy to care for and produce lots of fresh berries each summer. Blueberries are not just delicious they are full of all kids of nutrients, antioxidants and fiber. They are good and good for you.
How to start a garden with my tips and tricks to make your first season a success. Gardening can be so rewarding but also very overwhelming when you’re first getting started. I’m here to tell you it doesn’t have to be that way. You can successfully grow fresh, homegrown produce of your very own. The biggest key to success is proper planning and I’m here to help.
Besides growing healthy nutritious food, there are many benefits of having a garden. From having fresh food on hand, to the learning opportunities for your family, there are lots of reasons you should start one this year.
How we made this eye catching grape trellis in our garden. A trellis is a great way to add some charm to your outdoor space as well as maximizing your yields buy growing vertically. This post is how to build your own garden trellis.