....One day I will have my own homestead. ...---->Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton by Anthropologie. Between soil and sky. That’s where you’ll find Michelle Cotton on any given day, and it’s precisely where we happened upon her while shooting our June catalog in the outskirts of Los Angeles. Her half-acre homestead teems with a menagerie of herbs, veggies and too-many-to-count critters. Anthropologie Videos, Michelle Cotton, Crests, Women Farmers, Michele Cotton, Farms Life, Farmers Michele, Dreams Life, June Catalog
Women Farmers - Tara Kolla by Anthropologie. Over the last decade, Kolla has transformed her once-barren backyard into an oasis for sweet peas, poppies and zinnias aplenty, all grown without the use of chemicals and sold at local farmers markets.
I'm constantly inspired by the amazing homesteading books that are in the world, and I love reading and learning from them. Today, I share a few of my favorite homesteading books for inspiration.
I made this sort of thing-it was actually a 4-sided 9foot x 9foot square arbor- using rerod with pvc pieces at the joints. Then I spray painted it all with metallic copper paint. It's covered w/hops, clematis, & honeysuckle. It's come a COOL secret garden room.
What to think about when planning your homestead orchard. Homestead Honey www.homestead-hon...