Gardening

Why I Stopped Using Raised Beds

Why I Stopped Using Raised Beds

That's right, you read the title correctly. This article is about stepping away from raised beds, raised bed culture, and canceling raised beds. Not...

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Worst States To Garden In

Worst States To Garden In

The first step to self-sufficiency is starting a garden, which is why many of us have done so. Looking at the rising cost of living and the food...

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I Regret Planting These

I Regret Planting These

Our cottage, Haven Hill, in Northern Wisconsin sits on three woodland acres overlooking a large, deep spring-fed lake. We have owned the property...

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Corn

Corn

Corn is one of the oldest vegetables known to man. It’s said to have kept ancient civilizations alive through the centuries. Corn is still popular...

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A Homesteader’s Worst Enemy

A Homesteader’s Worst Enemy

Homesteading is an incredible journey filled with joy and rewards. But let's be honest, it's not all rainbows and butterflies. From backbreaking...

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This Is Making Your Plants Sick

This Is Making Your Plants Sick

After spending weeks and days looking after my homestead, I couldn't get the desired results. Even after a lot of effort, my plants were unhealthy...

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How To Grow A Weed-Free Garden

How To Grow A Weed-Free Garden

The perfectly manicured, landscaped and abundant garden may be a wish list for most – where not a leaf is out of place, and everything is growing...

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Bell Pepper

Bell Pepper

One of the most nutritious and versatile vegetables you can grow on your homestead is the bell pepper. With its rich nutritional profile, sweet...

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