How to Grow Store Bought Potatoes

How to Grow Store Bought Potatoes

All about how to grow store bought potatoes! Don’t let those sprouted potatoes go to waste – here’s how to plant them and grow even more potatoes!  We’ve all done it! We’ve left those potatoes in the back of the cupboard and...
How to Make a Seed Starting Soil Mix

How to Make a Seed Starting Soil Mix

A special seed starting soil mix allows your seeds to grow under the best conditions possible! And, it’s easy and affordable to make your own seed starting soil mix at home – here’s how!   Why exactly do you need a special seed starting soil mix? I must...
10 Fall Chores to Prepare your Garden for Winter

10 Fall Chores to Prepare your Garden for Winter

Do these 10 fall chores to prepare your garden for winter, increase your soil’s health, and set your organic garden up for success!   The summer garden season has finally come to close! Time to relax and enjoy the bounty of your harvest… almost! But first,...
Everything You Need to Know About Fall Gardening

Everything You Need to Know About Fall Gardening

Don’t put your seed packets away just because the crisp fall air has arrived! Fall is a great time to garden! Here’s everything you need to know about how, when and what to plant to have a beautiful and productive fall garden! Here in Idaho, there is...
8 Ways We Control Weeds Naturally on the Homestead

8 Ways We Control Weeds Naturally on the Homestead

Overwhelmed by weeds? They can get out of control quickly, but there are effective, natural ways to control weeds without harming the environment or your soil. Check out some of the ways that we control weeds on our homestead! I’ve been told that Southern Idaho weeds...
How to Make a DIY Garden Cloche + Gardening with Chickens

How to Make a DIY Garden Cloche + Gardening with Chickens

You can have a gorgeous garden, even with free range chickens! Learn how to make a DIY garden cloche, plus other great ideas to protect your garden plants and keep both your garden and your chickens happy!   Creating a garden that both you and your chickens can...