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How To Grow Green Onions. Never buy scallions again, simply cut and regrow! Super fun and easy DIY trick @ Holiday Sparkle
Backyard Farm Designs for Self-Sufficiency
Alex for your dad- Different layouts for planning a backyard farm. I believe we are going to start moving this way over the next 5 years.
Chick Care - A Backyard Chicken Keeper's Guide
The Backyard Chicken Keeper's Guide to CHICK CARE :: Five Little Homesteaders includes mail order sites
Growing Banana Trees in Pots
Growing Banana trees in pots is easy, if you're unable to grow it on grounds either due to lack of space or cold climate. Learn how to grow banana trees in this complete article.
Let's face it - there isn't a gardener or farmer who hasn't come across one of these pests, while working in their organic garden. By finding out more abou
Step-by-Step: How to Plant a Spring Garden. Simple tips and tricks, and a detailed printable guide to help new gardeners learn how to plant a spring garden. Includes hardy plants suitable to all zones.
Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!
Guide to Choosing Chicken Breeds: Pick the Best Breeds for Your Flock -
Planning to get chickens? Use this guide to choosing chicken breeds to sort through the many options to find the best ones for your needs and desires.
>Basically you : Eat an avocado (fun part) Clean-off the pit Suspend it over a dish of water with toothpicks (half-submerged) Wait 3 to 6 weeks for it to sprout Simple enough, right? Now, I can't guarantee that you'll have fruit for even a year or two, bu
Companion Planting Guide
32 companion planting tips. In case you're wondering what to plant in your garden next year, here is a cool chart with lots of companion planting tips! Too bad raspberries aren't on here, but they did really well this year with my tomatoes and cucumbers.