55 Best Crops To Grow In Your Garden [Ultimate Guide]

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In this article, you will learn about the top 55 crops to grow for your prepper survival garden. Your current garden may seem dead, but don’t worry. When it comes to growing a survival garden at your house, no crops are off-limits, but some are better than others in terms of: How easy it is … Read more

What Not to Plant With Tomatoes? [And What Works in 2023!]

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Choosing the right plants beside each other will lead to tremendous growth and bigger and better tomatoes. Tomatoes are healthy and delicious but don’t go well with some plants. This might cause some problems when growing your plants.  What not to plant with tomatoes – what will not be suitable for the tomatoes or other … Read more

9 Best Gardening Layout Ideas [Best List for Perfect Layouts]

9 Best Gardening Layout Ideas For Perfection

In this article, I will go over some of the best gardening layout ideas for perfection. It appears that everyone is confronted with some confusion on how to layout their vegetable gardens. The reason for this is that your garden can be laid out in a variety of ways. Then you must decide what you … Read more

Can I Grow Zucchini in a 5-Gallon Bucket? (All You Need to Know)

Can I Grow Zucchini in a 5-Gallon Bucket

Many people enjoy growing fresh vegetables in their backyards because it is fulfilling, and the joy of growing something yourself is unmatched. Zucchini has gained popularity as being one of the most beginner-friendly plants to grow in a container or bucket. Now, the question is, how difficult is it to grow zucchini? Is it as … Read more

Beginner’s Guide to Beekeeping [Everything You Need to Know]

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By Craig S. – contributing author. Bees are important. They pollinate the vegetables in your garden, increase the production of your orchard, and some scientists tell us that honey bee-pollinated plants may account for more than a third of our daily diet.  However, big agriculture is having a negative effect on all of us with … Read more

Gardening For Preppers (The Mega Guide)

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This is the mega guide, containing EVERYTHING you need to know about gardening for preppers and starting your survival garden. Growing at least some of your own food is a vital part of being self-sufficient. You may now opt to produce your own or buy it at the store. To feed your family tomorrow, you … Read more

17 Common Items That Are Also Garden Fertilizer [Complete List]

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Chopping up your own compost is one of the most environmentally sound things you can do. Composting is effectively recycling your kitchen scraps, yard trimmings and food scraps into a rich soil supplement for gardens and other plants which promotes organic growth.  You’ll need to add some fertilizer ingredients into your compost to encourage plants … Read more

8 Common Soil Problems (And How to Fix Them)

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It is a well-known fact that most plants grow better in soil that contains fertilizer, compost, and drainage. However, soil is an interesting subject with many terms and rules that many break without knowing.  The this article will outline the eight most common problems and how to fix them. As always, it’s important to consult … Read more

13 Common Edible Weeds That Are Nutritious

13 Common Edible Weeds That Are Nutritious

In this article, I will go over 13 edible weeds that you can easily find anywhere and are very good for you. You may not realize it, but an untidy, untamed backyard can be rich with food, particularly edible plants. Many are wild, and they often provide more nutrients per leaf than their produced counterparts. … Read more

Snake Repellent Plants You Need To Grow In Your Garden

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In this article you will learn the absolute best snake repellent plants that you should plant in your garden or keep with you in the wilderness. There are over 3,000 snake species on the planet, with the exception of Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland, and New Zealand. Only about 200 (seven percent) of the 600 venomous … Read more