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Whether you're trying to save money, prepare for a long-term disaster, or simply want to be as self-sufficient as possible, one of the best things you can do is plant lots of trees. #garden #gardening #gardeningtips #prepping #preparedness #prepper #survival #shtf #homestead #homesteading #selfsufficient
Medicinal trees are useful as natural remedies because they’re available year-round, unlike herbs that you have to dry or tincture to preserve. Knowing how to make medicine from the trees available around you, year-round is a vital health and survival skill. Before running to the pharmacy, I always check out the medicinal trees around me. A lot of them can treat common ailments. Click the pin to learn more! | Hillsborough Homesteading #forage #trees #health #home #herbalremed
Hanging plants can really spice up your space without taking up too much room. Learn more about how to make your garden and home perfect for hanging plants! gardens | diy gardening | diy plants | hanging plants | garden | diy hanging plants | garden inspiration | summer | spring | plants
How to Plant Asparagus ~ Planting asparagus in the garden can pay back for years to come, assuming you've taken the time to properly prepare the soil. A well planted asparagus bed can yield for 6 weeks each spring for 20 years or more. Here's how to plant asparagus from either crowns (bare root plants) or seeds.
A compost bin is necessary for vegetable gardening and growing your own food. Even homesteaders with small scale farms can have a compost! Composts add vital nutrients back into your soil, increasing your harvest, but you don't want to put these 13 things into your compost! #Composting #VegetableGarden