Wild Plant Identification: Foraging for Edible Weeds
March 22, 2022 · · Growing

Add to Favorites On a sleepy Sunday afternoon, on the grounds of an ex-horse stable, Nate Chetelat presents a wild plant identification tour for a local gardening group. The focus …

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Fire In Your Pasture: Friend or Foe?

Add to Favorites Originally published in the March/April 2017 issue of Sheep! magazine. Subscribe for more great stories!  By John Kirchhoff, Kirchhoff Katahdins Renick, Missouri Fire in your pasture is …

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Time For Summer Squash

When sunny summer days arrive, I think summer squash. Summer squash are low in calories (15 per half cup) and go with almost anything.

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Water like the Ancients did … It Works!

The joys of gardening are what bring us back to the toils of weeding and insect bites, dirty nails and waiting. The anticipation during winter of planning our crops and the double anticipation of that unfurling tip of an asparagus frond, or the emerging green tip of that legume, anchors the dormant joy that grows in gardeners every spring.

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How to Take Care of Plants in Pots

Add to Favorites By Anita B. Stone – For years I have tried my best to grow plants in containers because of the limited space in my garden and also because …

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Tips for How to Germinate Seeds Indoors

Need some tips on how to germinate or start seeds indoors? Learn how; from trays to testing seeds to soil.

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