Are you wondering how gardening can save you money every year? After all, when you look on Pinterest, it looks expensive. But can absolutely stretch your grocery budget with a garden. You might think that because getting a garden started can cost a considerable amount of money Keep Reading
Do you love learning how to do simple DIY Farm/Garden projects? Then this is the category for you! In this category I share my love of healthy living via growing your own food like broccoli sprouts!
Broccoli sprouts can be grown in a jar in your kitchen – it’s almost like a hundred little miracles right before your eyes. All you need is a jar, some water and some cheesecloth and you can have healthy, delicious DIY sprouts to add to salads, meat dishes – even eggs! Sometimes I add them to a smoothie or a sandwich too. Their nutritional value is simply off the charts!
There are always new projects to complete when you have a farm/garden. Whether it’s fixing up part of the farm for the goats, researching the best way to make goat’s milk soap, or dreaming up plans for my next vegetable garden, I’m always making or planning something!
Want to grow some of your own food this year? Here is how to start a garden on a budget, with everything you need to know to get a lot of bang for your buck! You might have heard that having a vegetable garden is expensive, but you know what? I think that’s a myth. Starting a garden doesn’t have to Keep Reading
Want to start a garden but aren’t sure what you can - or should - be planting yet? Here’s exactly what you need to know what to plant in early spring. Now, of course, not everyone lives in the same plant hardiness zones, so you can easily reference simple lists like What to Plant in March or What Keep Reading
Looking for a fun way to get your kids interested in nature? This spring garden printable for kids is educational, and easy! One of the things about being a parent - especially being a homeschooling parent - is always looking for ways to get kids interested in learning. That’s what this spring Keep Reading
Are you looking for how to forage dandelions and what to do with them? This article covers all you need to know, including recipes for using this common, but underrated herb! Most of us think of dandelions as an obnoxious and persistent weed in our yards, but did you know dandelion seeds were Keep Reading
Are you wanting to start a garden but not sure what to plant? Why not start with 3 easy vegetables you can grow to save money? I remember the first garden my mother ever grew. I was pretty young, but I knew she was interested in homesteading-type stuff, and I knew she wanted to garden. So Keep Reading
Gardening. What else are you supposed to think about in February? These 7 tips will help you get your garden ready for spring! Winter’s been long, we’re ready for spring - to be outside again, putting seeds in the soil, enjoying the sunshine. And on top of that, we’re finding seed Keep Reading
Have you ever considered that growing strawberries in the south make be different than for northern gardeners? It is, and here are the details! When I was a young teenager - 14 I think - I decided that I wanted to grow strawberries. My mom had grown some strawberries here and there but I - I was Keep Reading
In the spring, we gardeners are excited to get into the dirt and start planting. We’ve been a bit cooped up over the winter. we pour over a spring garden guide making plans, and just can’t wait to get out of the house and see things start turning green. But summer is a funny time. It’s scorching Keep Reading
Are you gardening this spring? You’ll want this Garden Companion Planting Guide to make sure you have the best garden ever! I’m really excited about gardening this spring. If you’ve been hanging around the Frugal Farm Wife Facebook page, you already know that we’ve been growing micro greens on the Keep Reading