How Long Do Fresh Eggs Last? Find Out Here.
Now you might be wondering how long do fresh eggs last? There are fewer pleasures in life that going to your garden and finding a fresh laid egg on your....
A Guide To Prune Lavender To Make It More Bushy - I really love lavender so I’m always looking for a way to make it more bushy. Today I found this simple video which demonstrates how to prune a lavender plant to promote more flowers.
25 Herbs, Vegetables & Plants You Can Grow In Water
Do you have a few favorite “go-to” herbs? Why not grow them in water and keep them close at hand on the kitchen window sill or right on the counter? Water-grown herbs are just as flavorsome as those you grow in the garden. You don’t have to mess with soil or worry about regular watering...Read More
Starting Seeds Indoors: Hacks, DIY, Containers, Tips, Eggshells
Starting seeds indoors just got easier with these hacks. Tips and tricks to help you start your seeds indoors. Take the right steps during the early stages of growth to have the healthiest plants possible down the road! Steps to take to make sure you start healthy seeds from the comfort of your home.
Problem: Solar lights staked in yard are difficult to mow & weed eat around. Solution: Terra cotta flower pots & a bag of quick-krete. Mix concrete according to the package directions. Scoop into flower pot & immediately put light into the center (remove the stake first). It sets quickly so do one at a time. Once finished, you have cute, functional & completely portable outdoor lights. (Note: you will only need about a quarter of a bag of quick-krete to fill 8 pots).
Floreiras e Hortas feitas com Tubos de PVC
Normalmente, os tubos e canos de Pvc são utilizados na construção de casas para zonas onde a água passa, são um material bastante acessível e pode ser usado…
How To Germinate Seeds | A Homesteader's Guide To Sprouting Seeds
Would you like to learn how to germinate seeds quickly and easily? Be the ultimate homesteader with these 5 amazing ideas and tips.
How to Grow Cherry Trees in Pots
If you only have a very small garden or patio, can you still have your own cheery trees? Well, yes you can. They can be grown successfully in pots and containers.