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Grow Your Food For Free (Well Almost) at www.GrowOrganic.com

The urban guide to becoming self sufficient-ish: urban homesteading on a budget. The Budget Living section is neat

Illustrated Guide to Edible Flowers - Moral Fibres - UK Eco Lifestyle Blog

I went to this fabulous wedding a few years ago and the coolest thing were edible flowers on the filet mignons! Guide of Edible Flowers

Eco living in a bottle :-) except the working at home...not possible all the time

GREEN LIVING: grow your own food * use alternative energy sources * keep farm animals for manure and food * practice waste reduction * use alternative transportation * live simply * collect rainwater * work at home * be a good neighbour * do it yourself

Preserving Cilantro and Basil. Add a little olive oil to lightly coat leaves before freezing...

Surprisingly, both cilantro and basil freeze very well. After cutting the leaves, preferably in the early morning while they are freshest, we mix them with a small amount of olive oil. just enough to coat the leaves. They are then packed into freezer ba

Why we grow and raise our own food. America is failing. | The Easy Homestead (.com)

Why We Grow/Raise Our Own Food- America is Failing

Pin now read later. 10 Tips for Organic Gardening and Pest Control. Love these tips to naturally keep your garden healthy and ways to get rid of pests without harmful chemicals and pesticides.

Pineberries; look like strawberries, but taste more like pineapples. The rare fruit was first found in South America, and is  growing in popularity across the globe

The pineberry is a white strawberry with red seeds. Pineberries are actually the oldest strawberry variety. Originally strawberries were white in South America and red in North America (known as scarlets).

How to Grow Garlic!

5 foods you can grow from leftovers: celery, ginger root, garlic, sweet potatoes & green onions Hmmm. I wonder if ginger root would grow this far north? Love the stuff.

Konyhakert - az első lépések - gazigazito.hu

For successful growing in the shade, remove low-hanging branches from nearby trees, use raised beds and liners to discourage tree roots from wicking water away from crops, and use reflective mulches to give plants more light.

How Much Should I Plant To Feed My Family For A Year?

How Much Should I Plant To Feed My Family?

A year is a little much for me, but yes I grow veggies to feed my family! New Life On A Homestead

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