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Decking – Part 3

This weekend we were on a mission to make headway with the never ending decking project. All the wood was at my Lovely Fit Chap’s (henceforth known as LFC) house, so there was just the ‘small’ task of getting it … Continue rea...
by Chooks and Roots on May 3, 2016

Gardening Tips Pt I: DIY Raised Beds

Let’s talk about gardening. Do you keep a garden? It’s such a great way to be economical with your time and money, plus it encourages eating a healthier diet purely because of what food is available out your back door. Picture a nice neat...
by Home decoration on Feb 13, 2015

Our Fall Vegetable Garden

Forecasters are calling for the first frost of the season tonight, so I think it’s a good time to show you what’s happening in our fall vegetable garden. Before I begin our preparation for putting our garden to bed for winter, I think we...
by Cottage at the Crossroads on Nov 1, 2014

Raised Garden Ideas

3 Tips for a Productive and Enjoyable Raised GardenAll you need is a little spaceI learned early on in my serious gardening endeavors that a raised garden bed could produce more results than a traditional 'row and pathway' plan. I was smart enough t...

Easy Gardening Tips with Raised Flower Beds

Raised flower beds аrе constructed frames thаt аrе filled wіth loose soil аnd uѕеd аѕ аn alternative tо digging іntо thе ground tо plant flowers. Raised flower beds hаѕ fоur short walls аnd саn bе mаdе frоm а variety оf m...
by DIY home decor on Jun 16, 2014

Best Points to Consider for Growing Terrace Gardens

The term “terrace gardens” can refer to two different types of gardens. In one sense, a terrace garden is a garden which is established on a terrace, roof, or patio, usually in a house where there is limited gardening space. … Continue read...
by DIY home decor on Apr 27, 2014

Spring Walk At Peaceful Forest Homestead - Wordless Wednesday

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by Homesteading On The Internet on Apr 2, 2014

25 Edible Garden Ideas

  25 Edible Garden Ideas Hey guys, it’s Cecily from Ceci Bean back with another roundup of ideas which I hope will inspire you in your home. In January, we looked at inspiring attic spaces and in February, I shared some clever closet-turned-of...
by Remodelaholic on Mar 24, 2014

Gardening – Advice 101

You and Raised Vegetable Garden Beds Over the last few years raised vegetable garden beds have become an increasingly popular past-time and hobby. In fact, studies show that raised vegetable garden beds are at an all time high in America right now. I...
by Fix up This House on Feb 23, 2014

Gardening – Advice 101

You and Raised Vegetable Garden Beds Over the last few years raised vegetable garden beds have become an increasingly popular past-time and hobby. In fact, studies show that raised vegetable garden beds are at an all time high in America right now. I...
by Fix up This House on Feb 20, 2014

Free eBook Download The Ultimate Guide to Raised Beds for Gardens

The Ultimate Guide To Raised BedsIt's never too soon to thing about spring planting and what you want to do with your yard this year.Raised bed gardens are very popular and are a great way to start a vegetable garden.If you are just getting started o...
by Craft drawer on Feb 14, 2014

5 Tips for First Time Vegetable Gardeners

If you’ve made the decision that you would like to grow your own vegetables this year, and you are a first time gardener, Jane and I would like to offer you some simple tips to get started. To make your dream vegetable garden a reality, letR...
by Cottage at the Crossroads on Feb 8, 2014

Planning For Spring: Our Garden

Even though there are six more weeks of Winter, with more polar vortex like weather on the way, I'm okay with it. Since I've been more proactive about getting outside and enjoying winter sports this season, I don't mind having a little more time to p...
by Midwest Multisport Life on Feb 4, 2014

Putting the Tomato beds to bed …

                              My tomatoes are officially done for the year.     When I start getting brownish looking bruised spots on tomatoes that are still green,...
by Town-Farming on Sep 23, 2013

Raised Bed Potato Harvest / How To…

                            Well, over the weekend I decided it was time to harvest my raised bed of Kennebec potatoes.  At the end of a previous article on my container potato ha...
by Town-Farming on Aug 8, 2013

Raspberries Ripening…

                            If you read my post about my Raspberries Blooming then here is an update for you.  For the last week I have been eating some really excellent tasting P...
by Town-Farming on Aug 5, 2013

Container Potato Harvest…

                            First a little recap before we get into the harvest results.  I like to experiment with container gardening.  Even though I have a lot of growing spac...
by Town-Farming on Aug 2, 2013

Maximize Your Growing Areas…

                            So this weekend I harvested all of my Broccoli in one of my raised beds.  All of the main heads and side shoots were harvested.  I have seen some peop...
by Town-Farming on Jun 19, 2013

Corn Suckers!…

                            Ok, I almost had a heart attack today!  I was strolling through my garden and came across my corn.  Now, mind you that this is the first year that I h...
by Town-Farming on Jun 14, 2013

Climate sparks a growth spurt

  They say that everything in moderation is the key. Well, it’s certainly appeared to be the case in the garden. A bit of sun, a bit of rain, a bit of sun… and Hey Presto! The garden has positively … Continue reading →...
by Chooks and Roots on Jun 1, 2013


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