Low maintenance, no-till gardening that works! See how to create your own Raised Row Garden with ease!
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I imagine that you are coming here to find out how to can green beans because you have more than you know what to do with. Either your garden is producing beans like crazy, or you found a great deal
Although spring and fall are popular times for splitting and dividing perennials, many perennials can be divided as soon as they finish blooming in the middle of summer. And summer dividing holds big advantages for both you, and your landscape!
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good – like accidentally stumbling on to one of the most beautiful, longest blooming perennial plants we’ve ever grown at the farm. And are we ever glad we did! Not only are its
Refrigerator dill pickles are a great alternative when you don’t have the time or the equipment to make traditional canned pickles. It is a perfect way for new gardeners who have not yet attempted canning to reap the benefits of
DIY projects! We have built Old World Garden Farms on the cheap by practicing the art of recycle -reuse and repurpose. Our goal has always been to show that giving new life to old items can be more than just
Welcome to Old World Garden Farms! Just 10 years ago on a crisp fall weekend, we began work on what we now call Old World Garden Farms. A little 3 acre plot of land in the middle of Ohio, our
For homeowners young and old looking for the easiest and most affordable way to grow incredible vegetables, the Raised Row method shared in this breakthrough book puts it all together! Ever since we first began to implement our Raised Row
This is our newest category to be added to the site – and one we are soooo excited about! The Instant Pot Pressure Cooker has made a huge difference in our life. It is amazing how many recipes you can
There is nothing quite like the taste of homemade bread. The smell of baking bread in the oven can fill a home with a near intoxicating aroma. Many of the recipes we make are passed down from our families, and keep
Each Sunday – we publish our “Sunday Weekly Farm Update”. The topics vary from week to week and season to season. Planting the garden, raising our chickens, the progress of our little wine vineyard and apple orchard – or the latest