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Planting Flowers in Your Vegetable Garden

Hey, fellow gardening friends!

I know I’ve been posting a lot of gardening stuff lately, but it is mid-May and that’s the main thing on my mind, lol!  I’ve got my potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, and green beans in the ground, but I still have sweet potatoes, Indian corn, watermelons and more strawberries to plant (my first set of strawberries died in our extreme Kansas weather!).

What have you all be planting???  Tell me in the comments below!

You need to plant flowers in your vegetable garden! #flowers #vegetablegarden #garden #beginninggardener #homesteading Continue reading “Planting Flowers in Your Vegetable Garden”

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How to Plant Tomatoes to Get Maximum Yields

Ever wondered how gardeners grow those massively tall tomato plants that yield hundreds of pounds of produce?

Yeah, I used to wonder that, too.

But, through years of experimentation, I have a fool proof way to plant and then grow tomatoes (and peppers!  I use this exact method for them, too!) to get maximum yields! Continue reading “How to Plant Tomatoes to Get Maximum Yields”

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5 Tips for Beginning Gardeners

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The feel of dirt between your toes, the taste of a fresh garden tomato, the sound of busy buzzing bees…. sounds heavenly, right?

Gardening is a time honored endeavor to grow your own food and gain some self sufficiency.  Generations ago, it was a necessity.  Now?  It’s a way to get back to the land and reconnect with life. Continue reading “5 Tips for Beginning Gardeners”

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Garden Update (Winter Version) and Dreaming of Spring

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My garden isn’t looking very pretty right now, but I think it has a certain orderliness about it.  Don’t you?

mulched garden
Enjoy the non-orderly parts of the my garden, ha!

I try my hardest to do a thorough mulching job on it before winter really hits so that it can sit and compost until it’s time to plant in April and May.  There are two reasons for this: Continue reading “Garden Update (Winter Version) and Dreaming of Spring”

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