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   Sep 03

Store the Harvest Properly and You Can Enjoy It Long After The Garden Has Been Put To Bed. Here’s How

Once I get the harvest in from the garden I want to make sure I store it properly to be able to enjoy it on into the winter. Here’s a great article giving detailed instructions on how to store some of the more common crops. Read on… Food Storage: 20 Crops That Keep and How […]

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   Aug 10

Expand a 4 sq. ft of Space into 15 sq. ft of Garden Space with a Plant Pyramid! Check This Out…

This beautiful pyramid planter can be placed in all sorts of locations increasing your growing area and adding beauty! Check it out! You can buy one here but I think they could be quite easy to build too. I’ve included a couple of videos too for a closer look. Triolife Vertical Garden How to assemble […]

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   Jul 29

Found a Mystery Berry – Is it Edible? Here’s Great Sources with Pictures to Indentify These Mystery Berries

I love to forage from the wilds and know many of the edible berries but every once in awhile I’ll run into an interesting berry and wonder if it’s edible. Here’s some great sources, thanks to Julie Christensen at Gardening Channel, to help me properly identify them: Types of Berries with Pictures: Where to Find […]

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   Jul 29

Disheartened with the Amount of Light in the Garden? Take Heart! Here’s Edibles You Can Grow in the Shade

I have a lot of shade in my yard so I’m always open to new ideas for things that will grow in the shade. Here’s a bunch of ideas for edibles to grow in the shade. This is a cool idea too in the photo. Take a bag of potting mix, cut some slits in […]

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   Jul 16

We’re all Faced with Challenges while Gardening – Read on to Find Out How to Overcome Them!

There is lots of benefits to gardening but along the way we are faced with challenges. Persevere and use these methods to overcome them. Top Gardening Challenges and How to Overcome Them Get solutions for common organic vegetable gardening challenges, including pest control, soil fertility issues, weed control and summer drought. The perfect garden — free of […]

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   Jul 16

Superfood Quinoa is actually Easy to Grow in your Garden. How to Video and Tips plus Recipes too! Read on…

Quinoa is really riding the Superfood wave and with that the price has been going up. No problem! Quinoa can quite easily be grown in the garden! Tips For Growing Your Own Quinoa Quinoa needs full sun and well-drained and fertile soil. It’s a slow grower and takes around 90-120 days to harvest. Quinoa is […]

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   Jul 13

Celebrate National Blueberry Month with these Scrumptious Recipes packed with Great Flavors and Health Benefits!

There is nothing like biting into a handful of fresh blueberries one of the most popular berries plus repeatedly ranked in the U.S. diet as having one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits, vegetables, spices and seasonings. Delicious and Nutritious! We’ve got some wonderful recipes for you but first- What’s New and Beneficial […]

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   Jul 10

Edible Weeds

Edible Weeds http://permaculturenews.org Tue, 25 Mar 2014 15:44:19 GMT Last monday morning I had a chance to go for an edible weed foray with my friends Adam and Annie from Eat That Weed. Read more … Please eat the dandelions: 9 edible garden weeds : TreeHugger http://www.treehugger.com Fri, 28 Mar 2014 19:57:45 GMT Instead of […]

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   Jun 30

Happy Canada Day!

What’s on Canada Day in Ottawa | Ottawa Citizen http://ottawacitizen.com Fri, 27 Jun 2014 14:01:40 GMT There’s no better place to celebrate Canada’s birthday than the capital and, once again, there’s a full slate of activities on offer for the Hill and beyond. Read more …

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   Jun 30

How much Food can you grow in your Backyard? They’re Growing 6,000 lbs. in their Urban Homestead! Must Watch Video

The typical backyards of America usually have a lawn area, some flower beds and perhaps a small garden plot. Did you know with the typical area of American backyards you can grow most of your food and cut your grocery bills way down. Watch how this family who live on 1/10 acre located just 15 […]

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