I Forgot to Plant Garlic! Planting Winter Garlic This Year!

Today, y’all get to hear about how I’m planting winter garlic, quite unintentionally.  This past summer, I ordered my garlic from Annie’s Heirloom Seeds.  I ordered a hard neck sampler ...

How to Refocus Your Heart for the New Year – 2022

So we have 2022 coming up just around the corner.  Eeeek!!! First, let me address why I’ve been absent for a few months.  I owe you all an apology. I’m ...

Never Miss a Planting Date – Seed Storage Box Organization!

Okay all, I have a whopper today!  I am sharing with you my seed storage box organization method. I cannot tell you how many times I missed a seed starting/planting ...

Comprehensive Guide to Make Your Own Garden Hod

For quite a long time, I’ve been eyeing garden baskets, also referred to as garden hod.  In case you didn’t know, a garden hod is a versatile and practical tool ...

Rhubarb Growing Guide: Tips to Growing Rhubarb Successfully

If you’re not familiar with rhubarb, it is a perennial vegetable known for its tart flavor and vibrant red and green stalks. It is delicious in pies, jams, sauces, and ...

How to Properly Preserve Eggs by Water Glassing

For nearly 20 years, I’ve dreamed of having backyard chickens.  Not only are they super adorable, but of course, I want the eggs.  Somehow, we have never been in a ...

DIY Durable Plant Markers to Label Your Plants

Today I’m sharing a super easy and no-fuss way to make your own garden markers. You might have gotten a peek at them in my last post about making your ...

How to Make Your Own Wall of Water for Tomato Seedlings

In my humble opinion, some homegrown produce does not have a significant difference in flavor from what you can buy from the grocery store. If you’ve never had a homegrown ...

How to Build a Cattle Panel Trellis Arch

If you have a love for gardening, you know the value of vertical gardening, especially when space is limited. A cattle panel trellis arch is an excellent solution if you’re ...

Ultimate Guide to Growing Potatoes in Containers

Spring is in the air! We’ve been busy finishing up some outdoor projects to get the garden ready for planting.  All winter long, I’ve been watching gardening videos and gathering ...