Today’s Herb Garden Haul

My Surprise Herb Garden Haul Today Adam and I stopped in at Tractor Supply Center. I needed to replace some butternut squash seeds and replant them, because mine did not grow. Distraction While in the parking lot, I spotted a canopy and some hanging baskets and assorted plants. I quickly spotted the bold yellow “75%…

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You Need to Grow a Victory Garden!

A Victory Garden for Your Homestead Do you have a garden planted yet? How about little seedlings? Food prices rising. Grocery shelf gaps. Less global fertilizer supply. War shutting down production and shipping of essential grains. An unstable economy Trucker shortages, coupled with fuel price increases Has any of this gotten your attention yet?   Whether…

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Homestead Report—Spring Clean-up, Terrace Gardens, and Personal Grow Beds

How We Garden—Preparing Terrace Gardens These last few weeks we’ve really caught Spring Fever! Mini daffodils in our flower bed along the driveway Daffodils, Crocuses, Tiny green shoots poking up, And even the green briars twisting around on the hills, All of these and more signal the arrival of that glorious time of the year…

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Homestead Blog Hop 286

Welcome to the Homestead Blog Hop! THE breeze is blowing! The sun is shining! It’s a beautiful day! Thank you for stopping by and sharing your wonderful ideas at this week’s blog hookup! Have a blessed week! Now on to the Hop Homestead Blog Hop will take place every Wednesday and is for all things…

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Country Living and the Coronavirus

What does Country Living have to do with the Coronavirus (or any infectious disease) This post may contain affiliate links. Pandemics, Country living, Coronaviruses? It’s Sabbath afternoon. Our family stayed home from church, attended an online service, and spent the day quietly. We kept in touch with family and friends via phone and text, and…

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