Permaculture gardening can seem daunting, whether your goals are modest or ambitious. Only a few tools are essential, though, starting with a good shovel.
If you’re looking for a new gardening challenge with unique market potential, consider growing luffa gourds, an edible, exfoliating plant.
Ever considered growing peanuts? There are some challenges, but this author’s experience, documented in her gardening journal, shows it can be done.
Ready to up your compost game? Start a worm bin to convert your leftovers and organic materials into worm compost (and grow tasty treats for your chickens).
Ginseng is an easy and profitable plant with an ancient medicinal tradition. And you can grow ginseng in your garden, in plots or in unused woodlands.
Depression is often at its worst during the winter months, and farmers aren’t immune. Growing healing herbs, however, can provide some extra support.