The bright hues and handwritten labels of homemade garden signs can bring color and whimsy to your growing space later in the year. Plus, it’s a fun winter project!
Potted plants liven things up inside or out any time of year, but it’s important to follow a few steps when transplanting a new plant to a permanent container.
Chicken predators can wreak havoc on a flock, so protect your coop and run from common predators using the following tips and techniques.
Fall is the perfect time to plant trees, and the process is pretty simple. In this video we provide a few pointers for putting new trees into the ground.
Our garden did great this year, but I need a garden shed to store tools closer to it. In this video, watch how I planned the space for a tidy new building.
It’s important to know your enemy, and as a chicken-keeper, a big part of predator prevention is identifying the animals trying to hunt your flock for food.
After a dry summer, my pond is pretty low, so I’m installing drainage to collect and divert rainwater. Here’s my plan and what I calculate I’ll gain.
If you get some livestock manure compost from a neighbor or your own animals, the broken-down material can be a big boost to garden soil efficiency and overall structure.
Potatoes are pretty much the perfect garden crop to grow in containers, so check out this video to learn how you can grow your own taters in a tub.