Are you a budding homesteader wanting to learn more? I’ve rounded up the best homestead bloggers that have inspired me on my own homesteading journey. You can learn to homestead whether you live in a studio apartment or on a 200 acres farm. These amazing bloggers will teach you the many skills you need from herbal remedies and sourdough bread to raising your own meat and vegetables. Homesteading isn’t a location, it’s a mindset.[Read more…] about Best Homestead Bloggers
Have your tomatoes started to tumble over yet? Once the heat hits, the tomato plants take off and soon they are falling over and need to be tied up. I’ve found the best way to tie up tomato plants and best of all it’s free! Using just a stake and a worn out t-shirt you too can tie up the tomatoes.[Read more…] about Best Way to Tie Up Tomato Plants
Although the tomatoes are small now, they will soon be toppling out of those flimsy tomato cages. Get ahead of the problem now with some DIY sturdy tomato cages. They will actually hold the plants up all summer unlike those cheap store bought ones. Do it now and thank me later.[Read more…] about DIY Sturdy Tomato Cages
Do your peas need a good place to climb? This DIY pea trellis is sturdy and easy to build. It works great for peas, cucumbers, or any other vining plant with small produce. When placed in the garden, it isn’t an eye sore like some of those metal cages. As you can tell I’m in love with my new pea trellis.[Read more…] about DIY Pea Trellis
Do you have hummingbird feeders ready to be filled up? If you are still buying the mix or liquid at the store this is your sign to STOP! I have a recipe that is much healthier for the birds and much cheaper for you. With just two basic ingredients you can make some homemade hummingbird nectar for pennies. The hummingbirds will love it and keep coming back for more.