Summertime is a great for composting! It’s nice outside – there are lots of available kitchen and garden scraps to add to the pile – and you can make batches so much quicker with the hotter temperatures. Here are four
This past weekend I was so excited to start to pick the first round of our summer crop of vegetables. I picked a few cucumbers, small onions, zucchini, peppers, and carrots. I was very surprised at the amount of carrots
So once that garden is all planted – there are some simple things you can do to really help maximize the growth and yields of your vegetable plants. So here are our 3 tips to growing a better garden
Over the years we have tried several methods of staking and tying up our tomatoes. As the tomatoes start growing by leaps and bounds, you don’t want to risk the plants becoming damaged by leaning over and touching the ground,
Here is one of our favorites – our own Old World Pizza Sauce recipe. It’s great on home-made pizza, pizza on the grill, or to use a bread stick dip. You can make it fresh – or freeze to
It’s hard to believe all the changes in just one month – but what a difference a week makes. This is the 2nd part of our Spring, Summer and Fall series called “The Farm and Garden in Pictures”. June’s pictures
Finally! Something that we are going to see. After the last few weeks of digging ditches and drains and a whole lot of work that only gets buried – we began to lay the brick for the barn pergola patio.