How to Build a Straw Bale Cold Frame

Make a simple DIY straw bale cold frame using old windows, to either harden off your plant starts or to extend your growing season! Today I am going to share with you how I created more room for my plant starts. My growing rack was getting full, and I came up with this simple DIY project, making a straw bale cold frame with old windows we had lying around. Articles you may be interested in: How to Harden Off Your Seedlings Simple Easy Gardening, Use Mulch for No Weeding! Seed Starting 101: Winter Sowing Our gardening and homesteading favorites in…

How to Grow Lavender from Seed using the Winter Sowing Method

Learn how to grow lavender from seed easily and simply using the winter sowing method! I have been using the winter sowing method to grow lavender for the last couple of years. It has been really easy to grow a lot of lavender this way. Who doesn’t want to grow more lavender in their garden, right? It’s definitely one of my favorites! In this article I will show you how to grow lavender from seed using the winter sowing method. Other related articles you may be interested in: Seed Starting 101: Winter Sowing My 2018 Winter…

How to Make Money Growing Plants at Home (an easy side hustle!)

Want to Grow a Money Garden? Don’t we all! Well today, I am going to talk about how you can make money growing plants at home, by growing plants and selling them right from your own home! That’s almost as good as a money garden! Make Money Gardening, Selling Plants for Profit It’s seed starting season, and you know what that means? It means it’s time to make a little cash with a little gardening side hustle! Every year I grow some extra vegetable seedlings, especially tomatoes and peppers, and sell them…

How to Store Onions from the Garden through the Winter

How to Store Onions from the Garden Do you have goals to eat your own home grown onions through the winter? Than you are in the right place and I’ll tell you how to do just that. I will share with you my tips on how to store onions from the garden through the winter. A lot of it has to do with how you store them, but also a key component, is which variety of onions you grow. You might also be interested in: Seed Starting 101: Planting Onion Seed How to Plant Onion Seedlings Seed Starting…

Which Pressure Canner Should You Get?

Which pressure canner should you get? If you are currently pondering this question, than you are in the right place. If you aren’t wondering which one to get, than either I hope you already have one, or, you should read my article 15 Reasons Why You Should Be Pressure Canning. Today I am going to compare two of the most popular models of pressure canners, the Presto 23 Quart and the All American 30 Quart. See all of my Food Preservation related posts here. Please check out all of our favorite Homesteading and Gardening tools in our Amazon…

15 Reasons Why You Should Be Pressure Canning

follow my blog with Bloglovin Today, I am going to share with you 15 reasons why you should be pressure canning. Many folks are frightened by pressure canners, but they really shouldn’t be. They are easy to use, and if used correctly, there is nothing to be scared of. You might also be interested in my article Which Pressure Canner Should You Get? where I compare two of the most popular models, the 23 Quart Presto and the 30 Quart All American. Please check out my other articles on Food Preservation! And also check out our favorite Homesteading…