Elderberries are highly nutritious, can be used medically, in personal care, and is also delicious.
Happy Independence Day! There’s nothing that says independence more than knowing I can grow my own food! According to several sources around the world, the current food shortages around the world are going to be worse next year. That’s why I feel that we need to become as food independent as possible. I am notContinue reading “Happy Independence Day!”
One of the nice things about being a perpetual homesteader is that there are foods that I am now growing that I didn’t have to plant this year.
Here’s how many people start their own sweet potato slips. They wait until January or February and use this method. It’s how I started and it works, but I’m sharing a better way!
Perennial vegetables like asparagus, rhubarb, Jerusalem artichokes, and horseradish among other vegetables can be planted once and with little care offers a crop year after year.
An orchard will not bear for a few more years. What I have that will all begin bearing in the next couple of years is the berry patch.
I learned a while back that in order get where I want to go, I first have to know where I am. So today, I would like to share where I am right now on my homestead.