Category Archives for "Gardening"

29 Amazing ways to use Dandelion

29 amazing ways to use dandelion

Love them or hate them with spring comes dandelions and plenty of them. Why not put those beautiful little strong-willed flowers to good use with the best collection of dandelion recipes. From wine to salve 29 amazing ways to use dandelion! Once upon a time I suppose, I disliked the little yellow flowers that pop […]

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5 Powerful permaculture ideas for a Homestead

top[ permaculture farm ideas

What is a permaculture farm or homestead? As a homesteader rural or urban, you might be thinking what’s next? How can I take the next step in self-sufficiency or being more “green”. With a permaculture edge, your homestead can be that and so much more. Even though permaculture isn’t exactly new, it also isn’t mainstream, and most […]

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10 months ago

Yarrow | Uses and Benefits

Yarrow has many benefits. Check out why this powerful herb should be a garden favorite, wether its yarrow plant or yarrow flower yarrow uses and benefits are many! #yarrow #yarrowplant #yarrowbenefits #yarrowherb #yarrowuses #yarrowflower #herbalinformation

Sometimes I love weeds. Well, at least a plant others consider being a weed. I mean they have an insatiable desire to thrive no matter where they are. Unlike some more “well-liked” puny garden annuals, that have to be constantly babied. So what is better than a weed that not only thrives without help but also […]

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Easy ways to be more self-reliant wherever you are 

self-reliant

No doubt you have noticed homesteading has had a rise in popularity in recent years. Homesteading is really about being more self-reliant, relying more on one’s own work and effort and less on outside forces. This rise in self-reliance (or homesteading as we call it) is much due to the unsteady job market, the unhealthy […]

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a couple of years ago

Is gardening worth the effort?

Gardening is hard work, is it worth the effort? Many people today don’t do and vegetable gardening or grow their own food because the cost seem to outweigh the benefits. It’s easy to see that point of view . Planting, dealing with weather, frost, rain, drought, bugs and overall work. I know I have heard […]

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