Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop!
Howdy again, bloggers!
We are experiencing crisp mornings and cooler evenings! How about your area?
Fall is my favorite time of the year! We are getting in very close–savor every moment of the transition!
Our garden is putting forth its last effort! I keep finding purple beans to pick and can. Less and less, but still enough to pay attention to.
The tomatoes are petering out, but Greg is saving the seeds for later.
Next major garden effort is digging the sweet potatoes and curing them, then the Irish potatoes.
I’m kind of dreading doing the regular potatoes–I may can up a bunch of them–that’s crazy, right? Just want to make sure we don’t lose then. One year we left them in the ground (on purpose) all winter. They did pretty well, but digging frozen ground was a challenge if I wanted to cook potatoes! And finding them was hard too, once the leaves died back.
Gardening is a lot of trial and error, isn’t it?
Do you find that too?
Have a great day!
Homestead Blog Hop will take place every Wednesday and is for all things homesteading: real food recipes, farm animals, crafts, DIY, how-to’s, gardening, anything from-scratch, natural home/health, self-sufficiency, self-reliance, natural remedies, essential oils, & more! Basically anything related to homesteading.
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FEATURED POSTS from the Last Homestead Blog Hop
Each week we take turns choosing three posts to feature. Each post will be shared on all social media platforms by all of the hosts! Here are the features from Last Week’s Hop:
1. Stinging Nettle Seeds – from It’s My Sustainable Life
2. Grilled Corn with Herbed Parmesan Butter from Tales of the Rebooted Realigned Mom MD
3. How to Compost Indoors from Simple Living Country Gal
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You’ll have to let me know how the canned potatoes turn out.
Ok. First to find them, then comes digging them, then canning. Some day we will get to the eating!
The featured corn looks amazing! Counting down to Fall as well! 🙂
I love the features. Thanks so much for hosting the lovely party.
Thank you. Glad to share!
Thank you for the feature!
And I never thought about leaving potatoes in the ground during the winter. Obviously only works where the ground freezes — there’s no freezing here unfortunately!
It seems that it is best if it doesn’t freeze too much, or they’ll rot. Finding the right balance is the key I guess.
Definitely trial and error — Just like all of life!
I canned potatoes one year, and they were so convenient to have on hand for home fries or hash!
That’s encouraging to me! The task is a bit daunting, though, I’ll admit!
Thanks again for hosting this charming party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
Thanks for hosting each week!