Farm and Garden

Plants and produce from rural America

The Charm of Keeping a Garden Journal

By TRF Cullers

A garden journal can be a useful and creative way to chronicle your gardening experiences.

Syrupin' and Seed Startin'

By Becky and Andy

Syruping season came early for most of the northeast and midwest. Becky and Andy scramble to get ready, while at the same time planning their 2017 garden.

March Came Like a Lion

By Erin C

With spring on its way in, now is the time to get ready for the storms.

More Seed Starting and Winter Weather

By Nebraska Dave

This post is about the four wonderful Nebraska seasons, plus seed starting using the heat mat.


What is Seed Swapping?

By Josie Jeffery

Get involved in your community by swapping seeds with your neighbors and growing a wide variety of plants.

The Drawer

By Lois Hoffman

Clutter happens to all of us — some of us just have a little more trouble controlling it. But we all have that one place where everything that doesn't fit anywhere else goes. For me, it is the dreaded "DRAWER."

The Importance of Family Safety Training

By Megan Wild

See why safety training on farm equipment helps protect your family and your workers.

The Official Gardening Year Begins

By Nebraska Dave

This post is about the beginning of the gardening year, thoughts about Valentine's Day, and the first seed starts on the heat mat.

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