Grow a medicinal herb garden to help alleviate cold and flu symptoms – Mother Earth News Design
When to plant vegetables.Spring (Sept-Nov), Summer (Dec-Feb), Fall (Mar-May), Winter (June-Aug).
Do you grow as much winter veg as you could? Growing fabulous rows of a wide choice of feisty vegetables stops the garden becoming just a window landscape and gives it real purpose.
Bees need to store up pollen and nectar to survive winter hibernation. Here are some tips on how to provide bees with the right fall forage to meet their needs.
Managing Homestead Livestock in the Winter
Prepare Your Livestock and Barn For Winter | Homesteading Tips For Winter Preparedness – Cold Weather Survival From Water, Food, Shelter & Safety ( Plus Video ) By Pioneer Settler at pioneersettler.co…:
Chickens, ducks, and turkeys can thrive during a cold winter season with no problems, if you take the right precautions to keep them healthy and somewhat comfortable.
#INFOGRAPHIC: 14 edible plants that you can grow indoors
Living Life in Rural Iowa: 30 Things You Can Do On Your Winter Homestead
Outdoor Zinc Conifer Garden – How to Plant a Miniature Conifer Garden – via Martha Stewart