30+ Perennial Vegetables for Temperate Climates ~ Tired of starting over every spring? Plant perennial vegetables once and harvest for a lifetime! Not just for tropical climates, there are plenty of perennial vegetables for temperate climates. We grow just about all of these on our Vermont homestead in Zone 4. #permaculture #perennials
Here are 4 things you should consider before planting an orchard: how to select, locate and plant fruit trees.
Sacrificial crops, Composting Loo, Wwoofing, and Bocking 14…intrigued? See this visit to a Permaculture homestead and learn what they have got to do with gardening! Low Impact Living – life on a Permaculture Homestead #gardening
You can be a homesteader, on less than 3 acres! Here's how to start a small homestead. The Homesteading Hippy via The Homesteading Hippy
Homesteading is typically associated with fair-weather activities like farming, gardening and preserving the harvest. But after the last jars have been pulled from the canner and the first frost sets in, what's a homesteader to do? Read on for a list of 13 winter homesteading activities to keep you busy all year long.
In this article, you'll learn step by step how to grow a tree from a twig. You'll just need a few things: a tree branch, a plastic bottle, a knife, and a hammer.
I want to tell you about my daily ritual! I find it so helpful to see other homesteader's day-to-day schedule.
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