The “Mother’s Day Rule”

Mother’s Day is a very special time of year to remember not only Mothers, but all others who give us the unconditional love and compassion we use to get through each and every day. They don’t always hold the title of Mom, Momma, or Mother however, they keep us moving in the right direction andContinue reading “The “Mother’s Day Rule””

The dirt on the dirt(soil) in your raised bed garden

The soil that goes into your raised bed is just as important as the sunlight and water. With a good concoction your plants can be thriving in no time. The correct mix of nutrients, drainage, and density is especially important in a raised bed garden. Below you will find a wide variety of knowledge onContinue reading “The dirt on the dirt(soil) in your raised bed garden”

Building your raised bed

Insights, materials, building plans, and garden styles for your raised bed. Knowing how much lumber to buy is just the first part, the next is making sure you get the right boards or to realize you don’t want to use lumber at all. The information below will assist you in building your raised bed gardenContinue reading “Building your raised bed”

4 Things to Consider When Planning a Raised Bed Garden

This is the year to start planting and growing your own food. Raised bed gardening has tons of benefits including a comparatively higher yields in less space than conventional gardening (this is due to the added work put in with soil management and plant care). Since the soil gets warmer earlier, the plants can beContinue reading “4 Things to Consider When Planning a Raised Bed Garden”

Honey Bee – A busy insect with a lot to offer

Honey bees, are what I believe to be a very important insect to the plant and animal kingdoms, definitely including humans. Around 1/3 of the food Americans eat is pollinated by honey bees. Keep reading to dive into almost everything related to honey bees and amaze your friends with a compendium of knowledge at yourContinue reading “Honey Bee – A busy insect with a lot to offer”

Best Gifts on True Leaf Markets Gift Guide

Featured Image by monicore from Pexels There are 96 items total on the gift guide page. A lot of which are going out of stock. The prices are amazing and the contents are something to be had for a holiday gift. Here are my top 3 that are still in stock to get your hands on. Definitely takeContinue reading “Best Gifts on True Leaf Markets Gift Guide”

Not so good of a harvest last week, next batch is looking great

Last Weeks Harvest In short we learned a lot from last week. We had two good trays of Salad Mix and 1 good tray of Rambo Radish. The weights we harvested out of each tray are listed below. I will be listing out our harvest amounts here for all of our individually packaged microgreens. SaladContinue reading “Not so good of a harvest last week, next batch is looking great”

Using microgreens

My top 10 uses for microgreens Below I have listed some of my top recommendations for your tasty microgreens. Top an omelet with a fresh garden kick by adding purple radish microgreens. Add the Salad mix to your smoothie and blend it up for a large punch of nutrients Sprinkle some on top of avocadoContinue reading “Using microgreens”

Quick look at Nasturtiums

I wanted to share some info about the beautiful edible flower the Nasturtium. There are many different types of Nasturtiums, some of the more popular ones are the jewel mix (this is what I currently have planted), Alaska, Whirlybird Mix, and Empress of India. They come is many different colors and shapes, they are mostContinue reading “Quick look at Nasturtiums”