Grow Your Own Food
Love healthy fruits, vegetables, and herbs? So do we! Here's everything you need to know so you can grow your own at home.
Blackberries need intentional pruning throughout the year for maximum production, and healthy plants. This post walks through exactly how to prune your blackberry canes, and when to do it! Who doesn't love blackberry recipes - cobbler, pie, jam, etc.? Did you know you can grown your own plant? Just follow these steps to care for your growing plant and reep the benefits of healthy dessert options at your table. #blackberries #organicgardening #gardening #growyourown #pruning #homesteading
Learn more on how to grow carrots step-by-step. Use a container, pot raised bed or even bucket - carrots will grow in any of them. It is easy and DIY. Learn the best ways to start from seed. #GrowingCarrots #HowToGrowCarrots #VegetableGardening #Gardening #UrbanOrganicYield
Read along to learn everything you need to know to start your own kitchen herb garden! We'll explore the top 14 most popular culinary herbs and how to grow them outside, in containers, or indoors - including herbs that are shade-tolerant and cold-hardy. Get inspired in the kitchen with dozens of ways to use fresh herbs in recipes, plus how to harvest and preserve them. #herbs #herbgarden #gardentips #gardeningtips #gardening #gardentotable
Oregano is one of my favorite herbs! It can be over shadowed by basil but I couldn't go without this herb! Here's a great guide for everything you need to know about growing, using and preserving oregano from the herb garden! @herbs #herbgarden #foodpreservation #springgardening #gardeningforbeginners #oregano #achickandhergarden
Ramp pasta, with morels or any other treasure of spring such as fiddleheads, nettles or wild asparagus, is a great way to celebrate the season. Spring for me is a paradise of green. Here in California, it begins early — our spring really starts at Christmas, if you’re talking about the emergence of tender new green growth. We move languidly through the cool, wet winter until the first waves of heat begin to change our hills from emerald to suede. | @huntgathercook #hankshaw #morelrecipes #ramps