Farm and Garden

Plants and produce from rural America

7 Houseplants Built to Thrive in Near Darkness

By Ricardo Elisiaro

Discover seven common houseplants that have the particularity of adapting well enough to low light conditions.


7 Tips and Tricks for Maintaining a Beautiful Lawn for Homeowners

By George Ward

Maintain the curb appeal of your home with these simple tips and tricks for keeping a gorgeous lawn.


Gardening Updates: June

By Nebraska Dave

Progress at Terra Nova Gardens for June 2019.


6 Reasons Every Homestead Needs Bamboo

By Kacey Bradley

If you don’t grow bamboo on your homestead, now is the time to start. Take advantage of everything bamboo has to offer with the six homestead uses!


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Mulch Your Way to A More Successful Garden

By Tracy Lynn

Gardening is one of those summer pastimes that many of us enjoy, but if we are not careful, can quickly turn into frustration and overwhelm. Mulching is one of those hidden gems that will help you to garden more successfully this growing season.


Let's Talk Income: Chapter Five

By Phil Nichols

The financial reality of moving from the city to the country.


GARDENING AT A NEW HEIGHT

By Lois Hoffman

Raised beds are becoming more and more popular fin home gardens. They definitely offer some advantages over the traditional method but also pose some negatives.


How to Reduce Cooling Costs on the Farm

By Holly Welles

Follow these steps, and you'll be on your way to keeping your country home cool and comfortable in the summer.



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