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New Life On A Homestead » Blog Archive What You Need To Be Saving Now For Next Year's Garden » New Life On A Homestead  So many great ideas!

What You Need To Be Saving Now For Next Year’s Garden

plastic bottle liter or milk jug) mini greenhouse cloche. Used these for years and they work very well!

Want to know how to plant a vegetable garden? This guide for beginners will take you from start to finish on what you need to know & what to grow.

Get your seeds at Seedy Sunday Eastbourne and click this pic for a 'grow your veggie garden' guide for beginners taking you from start to finish on what you need to know & what to grow.

Brick, concrete and stone are quite common materials that you will find on a garden bed border. But why not boost your imagination to change the ordinary and boring borders? Using recycled glass bottles, shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs can make it fresh and different. However, the garden edging is often overlooked though […]

Top 28 Surprisingly Awesome Garden Bed Edging Ideas

Bricks, railway sleepers and rocks, these are too ordinary materials that we can find on a garden bed border easily. But why not boost your imagination? Use recycled glass bottles,shipping pallets, clam shells and even logs to change the boring borders.

Great advice from the Royal Horticultural Society on starting an allotment.  The site also has a 'jobs to do' section by month with helpful videos and tips. Love it!

Great advice from the Royal Horticultural Society on starting an allotment. The site also has a 'jobs to do' section by month with helpful videos and tips. Love it!

Monty Don: Fresh produce, grown without chemicals and eaten in season, is the healthiest food there is

Find your happiness through Monty Don'a guide to the vegetable patch

Tips: Monty Don: Fresh produce, grown without chemicals and eaten in season, is the healthiest food there is

If you're looking into getting an allotment or you want a vegetable patch, check out our top 10 easy to plant vegetables!  http://bathknightblog.com/2013/08/07/national-allotments-week-10-easy-to-grow-vegetables/

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Building Your Homestead: How Much Do You Really Need? Determining your goals and your priorities as a new homesteader will help to set the pace for the remainder of your homesteading journey

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You know who you are: those of you who obsess over your spring veggie planting, lay out trays of starter pots, and mist your soils daily- waiting for greener to burst forth… And then you transplant your little seedlings into your prepared, sunny garden be

We believe happy soil produces happy veg. Our homemade compost is used to ensure the soil our vegetables grow in is nutritious and vitamin packed. Not only does this produce the best tasting veg but it also supports sustainable farming. Why not spoil your

We believe happy soil produces happy veg. Our homemade compost is used to ensure the soil our vegetables grow in is nutritious and vitamin packed. Not only does this produce the best tasting veg but it also supports sustainable farming. Why not spoil your

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