This year we have grown most of the vegetables that I feature in my book The Survival Garden.
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The Gardening Season is Winding Down
I have a recipe for green tomato enchilada sauce that I will can and use when I make chicken enchiladas during the winter season. Here’s the recipe I will be using.
12 Vegetables that Don’t Require Canning, Freezing, or Dehydrating
Though we can get vegetables all throughout the year, during the autumn, prices are the lowest that they are ever throughout the year. Some vegetables don’t need to be stored in any of these ways. They can be stored for several months beyond the time they are picked.
Seven Ways We are Saving Money and Time in the Garden
My husband and I are streamlining our gardening process with garden beds and saving money where we can.
Extending Your Fall Harvest Beyond the First Frost
Extending your garden beyond the normal autumn season is much like extending beyond the normal spring season except you are protecting bigger plants.
Planning the Fall Garden
I am feeling it’s time to plant my fall vegetable garden
Is Your Location too Small to Grow a Vegetable Garden?
You don’t need vast acreage to feed your families. Just yesterday I was remembering the first time I came through this part of Missouri in 1979. I came through at the end of July and I remember the numerous gardens I saw in backyards all throughout the state. That was what made me fall inContinue reading “Is Your Location too Small to Grow a Vegetable Garden?”
Are You Growing A Survival Garden?
It’s easy to place blame on someone or something else in regard to the lack of food security in our world. We could blame the government. We can the disease that had us locked up for two years. We can blame the war in Europe. We can blame our president or our economic system. WeContinue reading “Are You Growing A Survival Garden?”
Spring: The Season of Constant Changes
Spring is planting season, but it is also the rainy season here in the Missouri Ozarks and the temperatures are more variable than in any other area of the country. It can be dry and hot early in the day and cold and rainy by the end of that same day. It can be rainingContinue reading “Spring: The Season of Constant Changes”
My Garden is Flooded!
if flooding is an issue for your garden, this post is for you. Many people would have just raised their hands in defeat, but here are some ways that I am dealing with the flooding problem in my garden.