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What's growing in late July? Coming home to food after being away for a week is a good way to slide back into homesteading. There's a lot of food going on over here. via @RobinFollette

Can It Forward, Blueberry Butter, + a Ball Canning Giveaway

Reviews of tomato varieties I've grown and am growing. Some old and new favorites and a never-again variety.

Zucchinis descended from a blond/green cross

Blond zucchini descended from a blond/green cross

Self-seeding vegetables can provide next season's seedlings. #garden #gardening #vegetables


July's Gardening Tips and To Do's. #gardening #garden

Growing Peppers - Tips to Increase Pepper Production. #gardening #garden #growing #peppers

Starting seeds indoors made simple with these seven steps. #gardening #seeds #homesteading #homegrown #garden

Tomato Harvest in June

What is Edible Forest Gardening? Edible forest gardening is the art and science of putting plants together in woodlandlike patterns that forge mutually beneficial relationships, creating a garden ecosystem that is more than the sum of its parts. You can grow fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, other useful plants, and animals in a way that mimics natural ecosystems. #edibleforestgardens #gardening

French Gold Filet Pole beans from Renee's Garden

Wando peas

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.

outdoor living, tips and tricks, diy projects, gardening, summertime projects, DIY outdoor living

What Can You Plant in the Garden in Mid-June? A lot!

On Crooked Creek: Thyme For Herbs. . .

Are you as excited to garden as I am? Gardening season is getting close! If you are like me, you can be frugal and grow your own starter plants for your garden vegetables! CLICK through to the post to learn how you can plant your own starter plants and save money by not having to buy them from the nursery!

What does a squash have to do with June? Isn't that out of season? You plant today to harvest weeks and months later. Here's my June 7 planting list.

Zucchini, onions, potatoes, and peppers

How to Transplant Rhubarb into your garden.

Mature cardoon plants

Learn how to grow pumpkins in pots, growing pumpkins in containers and pots is not difficult though it requires large containers and space. Check out!

Seed starting is a great way to save money, grow the varieties you want, and lets you get the timing right for your gardening schedule.