Plan your February homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
Grow Your Own Citrus Fruits Citrus fruits. such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes, and tangerines, are subtropical and can be grown outdoors in USDA Hardiness zones 8-11. For gardeners dreaming… Read more »
Small livestock may be raised in urban, suburban, or small rural homesteads. These small livestock offer big benefits for small homesteads!
Cool season crops allow gardeners to grow more food. Extend the season with cold frames or row covers and raise crops that like cool weather for more yield!
Seed Catalogs & Garden Dreams Each year homesteaders and gardeners look forward to the arrival of those delightful purveyors of gardening dreams – Seed Catalogs! This is the time… Read more »
Plan your January homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
So, you want to keep a few hens for fresh eggs. No biggie, right? Wrong! Here are some things to ask yourself before you bring home those fluffy little chicks…… Read more »