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How to Grow & Use Fava Beans (Broad Beans): As Food & Cover Crops! ~ Homestead and Chill
Fava beans, or “broad beans”, are hardy annual plants that are delicious, versatile, beneficial, and easy-to-grow! Part of the legume family, fava beans fix nitrogen and enrich soil. Furthermore, the entire plant is edible! Come learn how to grow, eat, preserve, and mulch with fava beans!
Best Gardening Blogs For Beginners - The Gardening Dad
Find your ultimate guide to homesteading with the Best Homestead Blog! This blog will provide you with everything you need to live off your land with easy to follow instructions, tips, tricks, and garden ideas. #homestead #homestead #gardening #garden
Grow Mint From Cuttings Or Roots All Year - Homegrown Herb Garden
If you want a lifetimes supply of free mint you can take cuttings or clippings and propagate them in water or soil. You will learn how to grow mint indoors or outdoors and how to prune it for the best results. You will have a YouTube video tutorial to show you how to take leaves for the best results with nodes. It is very easy and you will have mint forever. We also show you how to make sure that this herb does not take over your garden though! herbs rule in your organic home windowsill
How To Keep Your Greenhouse Cool in the Summer | Family Food Garden
Greenhouses just get hotter and hotter in the summer unless we make an effort to cool them down. Here are some tips and tricks on how to keep your greenhouse cool in the summer. #garden #gardeningtips #homestead #homesteadingtips #plantcaretips #greenhouse #summergardening #summer
How to Make Homemade Shampoo & Conditioner with Essential Oils
Homemade shampoo recipes for natural hair care with essential oils. Learn how formulate DIY homemade shampoo recipes with this easy beauty hack for custom hair care for your daily hair care routine. Learn how to make homemade shampoo and conditioner with essential oils customized for your hair type for hair growth, strength, volume or shine - whatever hair care product your hair needs the most. The easy way to formulate custom homemade shampoo that’s PH balanced to work with your hair type.
Healthy Meal Planning: The Ultimate Guide
The Ultimate Guide to Healthy Meal Planning for Beginners | Weekly Meal Planning for Beginners - This guide is going to walk you through the steps of putting together a healthy meal plan. I’ll start with the benefits, offer some tips to easily create your own, and then end with some super helpful resources | Meal Planning To Lose Weight For Woman | How To Lose Weight | Clean Eating Tips | Organize Yourself Skinny #mealplan #healthyeating #weightloss #easyrecipes
14 Easy-to-Grow Shrubs to Boost Your Front Yard
Use flowering shrubs to provide a burst of color to the landscape. From azalea to spirea bushes to an evergreen shrub we show you ones that bloom in the early spring, ones that require part shade, and ones you don’t have to prune. #shrubs #easyshrubs #growingshrubs
6 Easy Tips How to Grow Lettuce From Seed - The Gardening Dad
Do you want to grow lettuce, but didn't think it was possible where you live. Read this article to learn 10 Easy Tips to Growing Lettuce Anywhere. This is perfect for anyone who wants to grow lettuce indoors, in pots, or even in raised garden beds. #lettuce #gardening #vegetables
Peony Tips and Tricks for A Beautiful Arrangement
How to make your peonies last longer. Plus, my favorite place to buy peonies and how to force them open. Make the most of peony season with these peony tips and tricks for the best floral arrangement. #peonyseason #peonytipsandtricks #floralarrangement
A step by step list of how to prepare your coop for winter.
Most chickens can handle the coldest of temperatures but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take steps to prepare their coop for winter. Here are some super simple tips that will cost little to no money. #chickencoop #wintercoop #chickens #chickencare
40+ Vegetables That Grow In Shade - Get Busy Gardening
There’s no lack of vegetables that grow in shade. In fact, some prefer getting less sunlight. Veggies with leaves, like salad greens, spinach, and chard prefer the shade. Those with roots, like radish, beets, and carrot, grow great in part-shade. And vegetables that grow flowers or heads, like brussels sprouts, broccoli or beans will grow in part-sun. Find tons of options with this shade vegetables list, including types of partial shade and partial sun veggies too! #vegetables #vegetablegarden
Baby Chick Care 101: Brooders, Heat, Health & More ~ Homestead and Chill
Congrats on the new or upcoming additions! Raising baby chicks with your family is SO fun - but you need to be informed and prepared! Come learn about setting up a chick brooder, temperature requirements, potential illnesses to keep an eye out for, plus tips for daily care and the transition to the great outdoors! #chickens #homesteading #chicks #backyardchickens
Companion Planting 101 (w/ Garden Companion Planting Chart) ~ Homestead and Chill
Curious about companion planting? Come dig in to learn what companion planting is, tips to get started, and how it can benefit your garden by attracting beneficial insects and pollinators, deterring pests, increasing biodiversity, and more! A free printable companion planting chart is also included!