Flowers for Food

When building and planting a vegetable garden, especially when space is a major factor, it can be tempting to use every available square inch for edible plants to increase food production.  It seems logical enough, and to some extent it is, space should not be wasted.  But is it a waste to plant ornamental flowers in your vegetable garden?  You might think so, but here are a few reasons why to reconsider. Pollinators All fruiting plants require pollinators like bees to produce their fruit.  You might think that their flowers alone can do the job of attracting bees, but if […]

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4 Tips to Get More Vegetables Out of Your Garden

4 Tips to Get More Vegetables Out of Your Garden

The ability to grow your own food is one of the most important elements of survival. Whether you’re growing vegetables in a kitchen garden now to save on your grocery bills, or you need to grow them in a survival situation, you’ll want to know a few simple tips to get more out of any home garden. Get Deeper Soil With Raised Beds Raised bed gardens almost always yield more fruits and vegetables because they have deeper, looser, and richer soil. When you build raised beds, you’ll give your plants more room to grow deeper roots, and they’ll then be […]

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A Simple Guide to DIY Seed Vaults

A Simple Guide to DIY Seed Vaults

It is always a good idea to assemble your own seed vault, as opposed to buying one ready-made. There are several good reasons for this, mostly having to do with the fact that you decide what goes into the seed vault. You can choose the best foods for your needs, your climate, your capacity for growing. Ready-made seed vaults tend to be one-size-fits all, which simply isn’t going to work for every zone. Picking out the right seeds for your seed vault is up to you. You will of course want to consider your zone and what will work there, as […]

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Keeping Monsanto Out of Your Garden

Keeping Monsanto Out of Your Garden

GMO plants and seeds are ubiquitous these days and trying to keep Monsanto out of your kitchen can be very difficult. It can also be intimidating trying to keep them out of your garden, especially considering they are now the largest seed company on earth. They even own many smaller seed companies that sell non-GMO and organic seeds. That means it’s hard to avoid giving your money to Monsanto, even if you are buying certified organic! But it’s not entirely hopeless. There are still a few ways in which we can keep Monsanto out of our gardens and seed stashes. Know […]

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Organic Garden Pest Control

Organic Garden Pest Control

Dealing with pests is a common theme with survival gardens. Check out this quick video about organic and plant friendly ways of protecting your crops… If you liked that, you may also like: Survival Medicine and wilderness survival… Essential Survival Skill Course… What this election might do to the country…

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DIY Garden Markers

DIY Garden Markers

Growing your own garden is a key part of making your home more self-sustaining. One of the biggest mistakes that first-time gardeners make is not labeling their plants with garden markers. While some plants are easy to identify, others, especially herbs, or plants that grow underground, can be slightly difficult to identify right away. If you want to make harvesting much easier, it’s easy to make a few simple garden markers with supplies that you probably have in your home already. Painted rocks are a great, semi-permanent solution that can be used for as long as the paint withstands the […]

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Top 3 Plants For Your Survival Garden

Top 3 Plants For Your Survival Garden

Survival gardening is the process of creating a garden that could, if it needed to, become your main source of food. In some cases, homesteaders have created gardens that could be their only source of food for at least a season, if not longer. This kind of self-sufficient gardening takes a lot of careful planning and hard work, but it’s not impossible. One of the keys to success in survival gardening is choosing the right plants. In a survival garden, you’ll need high-yield plants that offer the human body a variety of nutrients and plenty of calories. Here are the […]

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A Natural Spray to Get Rid of Garden Pests

A Natural Spray to Get Rid of Garden Pests

I’m going to spend my day in the garden today. However, I noticed yesterday that I’m starting to get some serious pest damage around some of my veggies. Check out this great video on how to make a natural spray to rid your garden of pesky pests >> If you enjoyed this video, you may also like: Break-Through Organic Gardening Secret Grows You Up To 10 Times The Plants, In Half The Time, With Healthier Plants, While the “Fish” Do All the Work… How to Liven Up Your Home With Over 7,250 Breathtaking Landscaping Designs WITHOUT Hiring Costly Professional Landscape […]

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10 Gardening Tips For Survivalists

10 Gardening Tips For Survivalists

One big factor of being able to survive any crisis is understanding both short term and long term food preps. For long term, gardening is going to be one of your best ways to maintain a constant flow of healthy food. Check out these 10 quick tips >> If you enjoyed this you might also like: Click Here To Get The Best Survival Medical Course… Check Out These Mind Blowing Survival Skills…

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The Suburban Chicken Blueprint [eBook]

The Suburban Chicken Blueprint [eBook]

Click the image below to download your complimentary copy of The Suburban Chicken Blueprint. Inside You’ll Learn: Why raising chickens can be the best and easiest way to reduce your grocery bill and eat healthy How to raise chickens in almost ANY environment How to keep your chickens happy and healthy Countless timesaving tips and tricks And much, much, more… Download The Suburban Chicken Blueprint   If you want all the hard stuff done for you, click here Having problems downloading or printing? First make sure you have adobe .pdf reader. You can download that free here: get.adobe.com/reader/ Try “Right-Click, Save […]

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Simply Homegrown [eBook]

Simply Homegrown [eBook]

Click the link below to download Simply Homegrown: Tips for growing your own food Inside You’ll Learn: Why Growing Your Own Food Will Always Be Better Than Store Bought… Growing Food Indoors… The 1 Weird Food That Will Give You More Protein Per Square Foot Than Any Other… Utilizing The Limited Space You Have For Gardening And Much, Much, More Simply Homegrown Tips for Growing Your Own Food_6-14 Having problems downloading or printing? First make sure you have adobe .pdf reader. You can download that free here: get.adobe.com/reader/ Try “Right-Click, Save Link As” to download. To print, you can navigate through […]

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Survival Gardening [Video]

Growing food in your backyard when its over 100 degrees for more than three months? How do you do that? If you are looking for something more than the usual “mulch and drip irrigation” answer…. Find out what the old-timers used to do, what plants will work the best, what not to do (if you can avoid it), and some surpise options you probably have never heard of. Important Survival Gardening & Stockpiling Info… Learn life-saving survival medicine in an afternoon…

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