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Monthly Archives: November 2009
Very hardy vegetables can be planted four to six weeks before the frost-free date in the spring. Potato tubers and onion sets can be planted. Asparagus, broccoli and cabbage can be planted as transplants. Collards, spinach, peas, lettuce and turnips … Continue reading
This week Mike & I have been posting ad’s to find some unwanted farmland. Next year I hope to plant a larger garden and take steps to greater self-sufficiency. We realize real savings will come from of grid living. This … Continue reading
This cake screams sunday morning after church. One homemade white cake batter (or boxed mix with 2 eggs 1 cup of milk 1/4 cup oil) Spread in greased pan Topping: 1 cup brown sugar, 1 cup oats, 1/2 cup flour, … Continue reading
Last summer we planted hearbs in pots and saved the seeds for 2010. A container herb garden will save time and money.