From hay tarps to proper stacking techniques, here’s how to best store your hay outdoors to maximize quality and longevity.
After the gardening season is over, there are still a lot of things that you can do to ready it for winter that will make next season less of a chore.
Choosing a tree is an excellent family-friendly holiday tradition. But once your tree is home, how do you keep it looking its best? Find a few tips for taking the best care of your living Christmas tree.
Poison ivy, oak, and sumac are pesky problems typically found in the woods. However, if you homestead, you'll soon discover that these vines can creep into your garden and yard—making it much easier to for those allergic to their volatile oils to experience an extremely itchy rash. Learn how to remove them without the use of harsh chemicals.
Add a little spookiness to your indoor garden with these 12 plants. Are you up for growing these odd-looking plants?
Saving your own seeds, from your vegetable and flower gardens, not only gives you the satisfaction of knowing that each planting season is a part of something bigger, but it is also practical in so many other ways.
Learn how you can forage a medley of plants and fungi from the winter woods, even during the bleakest months of the year.
Improve the quality of your fruit harvest, and the look of your landscape, by training trees to grow in flat, fanciful forms known as “espaliers.”
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