Susan Vinskofski, from PA, is an avid gardener. Susan is passionate about building soil because she believes that nutrient dense food begins in the soil. Susan blogs about gardening, foraging, real food and natural living.
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Tweet Whether you have 100 acres, or just a rooftop, your piece of property is your homestead. Maybe you have flocks of chickens and herds of cows, or perhaps it’s just a pot on the balcony where you grow herbs. … Continue reading
Tweet I grow Annabelle Hydrangea, and propagating a small cutting to grow a new bush is a relatively easy and straight forward process which would work for any type of hydrangea. What a great savings, considering hydrangea plants can be … Continue reading
Tweet Benefits of Mulch Each year, in the forest, leaves and needles fall providing a protective covering for trees. As they decompose, they nourish the soil. Mulch can provide the same nourishing protection for the trees on your property whether … Continue reading
Tweet The goal in your garden is not to eradicate all insects, but rather to create a natural environment of balance where “good” insects are eating or parasitizing “bad” insects to keep them under control. A great way to insure … Continue reading
Tweet Herbs, in general, prefer full sun. Their flavor will generally be stronger when grown in sun, but there are several culinary herbs that do just fine in partial shade. Many herbs will not bloom when grown in shade, but … Continue reading