Laura Cleland

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 09:02:47 +0000

Sweet Potatoes are easy to grow and are a wonderful storage crop. Not to mention that homegrown sweet potatoes are out-of-this-world delicious! This ultimate guide will show you how to grow, harvest, cure, and store sweet potatoes for winter eating! | Homestead Honey

    Learn how to harvest, cure and store onions so they last through the winter until the next growing season. Storing onions work wonderfully for winter soups, bone broths, chili, stews, and roasts.

    Trendy microgreens are a simple solution to getting more vegetables on your plate this winter. They can run $30-50 a pound at the store; here's how to grow them at home for PENNIES. It's like having a tiny little vegetable garden inside.

    Orchard Rack: Years ago, people stored "keeper" crops such as apples, winter squash, onions and potatoes on rustic wooden racks like this one. The drawers are slatted to ensure good air circulation, and they slide out for easy access. For best results, the rack should be located in a cool, dark cellar or shed.

    Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady.

    4 Simple Steps to Grow a Hundred Pounds of Potatoes in a Barrel

    Why and how to dry your own herbs | Our Heritage of Health

    Cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, and beets are the easiest veggies to grow first. Many insects (excluding bees) and deer detest the scent of lavender. Plant it around your garden as a natural pest repellent

    Do you grow your own potatoes or buy in bulk from a farmer market? Follow these 5 easy steps to storing potatoes in a basement, root cellar or other cool areas in your home or garage for winter to keep your potatoes fresh.:

    How To Grow 100 Pounds Of Potatoes In 4 Square Feet

    Hanging garden with tomatoes and cucumbers.

    Garlic is not only an incredible culinary and medicinal plant, but is also incredibly easy to grow in your home garden! In this post, you'll find all that you need to know about growing, harvesting, and storing garlic. Homestead Honey |

    How to grow tomatoes and potatoes on one plant