In today’s episode, I shared the process of building a goat stanchion. Then I went on to express my gratitude to all of you, as well as shared another quick “goaty” project – an easy DIY hay rack.
This week we’re walking through for a tour of the gardens. Things are now transitioning and making way for the fall & winter garden season. Come along and see how things are going.
This week we’re walking through for the final weekly garden tour of the year. Things are winding down and moving towards the fall & winter garden season. Come along and see how things are going.
Join me for the week 13, garden tour. I take you through on a walk to see what is going on. What is growing well, what we are struggling with, and what has ended.
The garden is still in full swing, though some things are beginning to slow down just a touch. Join me for this week’s garden tour!
Join me for this week’s tour of the gardens.
Join me for the week 9 garden tour of the 2020 summer garden season. This week I shared an experiment that I did in regards to dealing with squash bugs in the garden.
Everyone knows that cast iron is wonderful, but for many it is a challenge if you have never used it before. This article contains information on how to care for your cast iron skillets or pots, as well as how to restore old ones.
This particular garden tour was interrupted by some visiting wildlife! Join me as I walk through the gardens and share some updates on the gardens. We are gardening in Northern Alabama, garden zone 7b, with raised beds and no-til gardens.